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gastroesophageal reflux desease

E Tkachenko, L S Oreshko, E A Soloveva, A A Shabanova, M S Zhuravleva
Clinically significant dysplasia of connective tissue in patients with celiac disease is often responsible for various visceral disorders. Different disturbances of motor and evacuation functions are often determined in this patients (gastroesophageal reflux, duodenogastral reflux, spastic and hyperkinetic dyskinesia). The clinical course of the celiac disease, associated with connective tissue dysplasia, is characterized by asthenovegetative syndrome, reduced tolerance to physical activity, general weakness, fatigue and emotional instability...
2015: Experimental & Clinical Gastroenterology
A V Zharkova, V F Orlovs'kyĭ
Present article is devoted to the study of the clinic features of ischemic heart desease associated with acid peptic disease. It was shown the more evident increase of myocardial infarction risk in associated pathology patients. Such results have to be caused by the special risk factor. As such factor we desided to study the hyperhomosysteinemia. During research there were discovered that the lowest vitamin B12 serum level and the highest homocysteine serum level have been registrated in associated pathology (ischemic heart disease and acid peptic disease according to long-term proton pump inhibitor use) patients...
January 2014: Likars'ka Sprava
M Kiladze, Sh Giuashvili
It is presented our experience and review of literature of pathogenesis, symptomatology, diagnostics and surgical treatment of gastroesophageal reflux desease (GERD). A cohort of 104 patients (67 males and 37 females, median age - 42.5) who underwent "open" A. Chernousov modified Nissen fundoplication was evaluated for an follow-up period more than 10 years. In 23 cases with concomitant duodenal ulcer and gastric hypersecretion selective proximal vagotomy additionally was performed, 3 of them also underwent cholecistectomy and in 1 case - splenectomy because of spleen lymphoma...
October 2011: Georgian Medical News
A E Nicolau, A Lobonţiu, G Constantinescu
GERD is a frequent, evolving, life quality-impairing disease. In addition to medication and laparoscopic fundoplication we have recently added endoluminal fundoplication (ELF). The EsophyX2 is currently the most efficient device for endoluminal fundoplication. This device produces a partial, anterior valve, redesigning the antireflux barrier and the Hiss angle geometry, thus improving the activity of the lower esophageal sphincter (LES). This paper presents the operative technique, the patient selection criteria and published results...
July 2009: Chirurgia
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