Endoscopic Examination Results?
Sorry Doctor, I want to ask? I was finished at Endoscopi and received the Endoscopi results with the following details: Clinical Diagnosis: GERD Grade A + LPR, Gastroduodenitis grade 2, Anthrax, Angulus, asophagus.Macroscopic: 4 Tissue diameter 0.25 cm solid white all print. Microscopic: Tissue preparations showing mucosal glandularity, still in good orientation, non-atypical, among mycoid stroma accompanied by infiltrates of lymphocyte inflammatory cells, at one focus appear squamous epithelial layers with non-atypical nuclei, intact basement membrane, examination of giemsa, helicobacter pilory (- ). Conclusion: Non-Specific Chronic Inflammation. Please explain Doctor, Thank you.
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The data you submit may be the result of histopathological examination of tissue taken during an upper gastrointestinal endoscopy procedure. A significant abnormality in these findings is the presence of inflammatory cells that indicate chronic inflammation that is not specific. In this examination, it appears that no wound was found at the bottom of the esophagus so that the possibility of GERD that occurs is classified as a non-erosive reflux disease. However, this should still be confirmed by an internist who treats you. Endoscopy is a supporting examination whose interpretation still requires clinical information obtained based on history taking and physical examination by the doctor who treats the patient directly.
Gastroesophageal reflux disease (GERD, gastroesophageal reflux disease) is a disease of the upper gastrointestinal tract that can cause complaints in the form of a burning sensation in the solar plexus that rises to the back of the breastbone, bitter / acid in the mouth, lots of belching, rapid stomach bloating, nausea, nausea . These symptoms usually worsen after eating or lying down. Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy needs to be done in GERD patients who have symptoms / danger signs (red flag), including: progressive weight loss, anemia, recurring nausea and vomiting, persistent swallowing pain, persistent swallowing difficulties, black / red bowel movements , or black vomit.
As a suggestion, you should avoid consuming foods that trigger gastric acid secretion, such as coffee, tea, chocolate, drinks / foods, spicy foods, and acidic foods / drinks. You are also advised to raise the position of the head during sleep and eat no later than 2 hours before bedtime.
To enrich insights, you can read articles about GERD. Thus information from us. Hopefully always healthy. May be useful.