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Gastroesofagic reflux disease

L B Lazebnik, D S Bordin, A A Masharova
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2007: Experimental & Clinical Gastroenterology
M Ayoubi, L Framarin, E Solerio, F Rosina, L Bonardi
AIM: Achalasia is a disease of unknown etiology resulting from degeneration of the esophageal Auerbach submucous plexus. This degeneration makes normal relaxation of the cardia during swallowing impossible leading to dysphagia, chest pain and regurgitation of varying degree. Until 15 years ago the main conservative treatment for achalasia was dilatation of the cardia with the Starck apparatus. Such approach to achalasia was usually reported as fairly effective, but complicated by an exceedingly high rate of perforation...
September 2003: Minerva Gastroenterologica e Dietologica
Arturo Reyes Moreno, María Isabel Castrejón Vázquez, Alfonso Javier Miranda Feria
BACKGROUND: The allergic asthma is the reversible chronic inflammatory process at the airways, secondary to exaggerate reply to the allergens exposition, its treatment includes: avoiding the exposure to allergens, pharmacology therapy and the specific immunotherapy with allergens (ITA), which is based on the growing dosages of the extract allergenic; the objectives are to modify the immune response and to improve the allergic disease. The ITA can fail due to causes attributable to the patient, vaccine-inherent causes and/or factors related to the allergic disease...
January 2003: Revista Alergia Mexico: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Mexicana de Alergia e Inmunología, A.C
Iu V Vasil'ev, K K Noskova, S A Zelenikin
The results on estimation of efficiency and safety of monotherapy by Rabeprasol in dose 20 mg per day in treatment of the gastroesophageal reflux disease in an open clinical investigation are presented. It was found 100% of Rabeprasol efficiency in healing of erosion and diffuse pathological changes of esophagus mucous at gastroesofageal reflux disease: in 18 from 20 patients--for 4 weeks (90%) and in one patient--for 8 weeks; ulcers of esophagus--for 8 weeks of treatment in one patient. This medicine showed safety use practically without any serious complications; the side effects were insignificant and did not require the cancellation or resort any other medications...
2002: Experimental & Clinical Gastroenterology
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