La gastrite: Pathogenèse, évolution et avenir

Translated title of the contribution: Gastritis: Pathogenesis, evolution and future

Elizabeth R. Tschanz, Robert M. Genta

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Abstract

H. pylori is the most prevalent chronic infection worldwide and the major cause of gastritis. It is pathogenetically linked to peptic ulcer disease, gastric cancer and primary gastric lymphoma (MALT). As its prevalence is decreasing in developed countries with a parallel decline of its complications, the incidence of gastro-esophageal reflux-associated diseases is increasing dramatically: inflammation and metaplasia of the gastric cardia, Barrett's esophagus and adenocarcinoma of the junctional region. The mechanisms of this shift are the main focus of current research efforts aimed at elucidating the pathogenesis of gastro-esophageal disease. This article reviews our current understanding of H. pylori - related conditions including the pathogenesis of atrophic and non-atrophic gastritis, and discusses a few of the possible future developments in this domain.

Original languageFrench
Pages (from-to)2318-2322
Number of pages5
JournalMedecine et Hygiene
Volume61
Issue number2460
StatePublished - Nov 26 2003

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Pylorus
Gastritis
Stomach Neoplasms
Esophageal Diseases
Cardia
Barrett Esophagus
Metaplasia
Gastroesophageal Reflux
Peptic Ulcer
Developed Countries
Stomach
Adenocarcinoma
Inflammation
Incidence
Infection
Research
Familial primary gastric lymphoma

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Tschanz, E. R., & Genta, R. M. (2003). La gastrite: Pathogenèse, évolution et avenir. Medecine et Hygiene, 61(2460), 2318-2322.

La gastrite : Pathogenèse, évolution et avenir. / Tschanz, Elizabeth R.; Genta, Robert M.

In: Medecine et Hygiene, Vol. 61, No. 2460, 26.11.2003, p. 2318-2322.

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Tschanz, ER & Genta, RM 2003, 'La gastrite: Pathogenèse, évolution et avenir', Medecine et Hygiene, vol. 61, no. 2460, pp. 2318-2322.
Tschanz ER, Genta RM. La gastrite: Pathogenèse, évolution et avenir. Medecine et Hygiene. 2003 Nov 26;61(2460):2318-2322.
Tschanz, Elizabeth R. ; Genta, Robert M. / La gastrite : Pathogenèse, évolution et avenir. In: Medecine et Hygiene. 2003 ; Vol. 61, No. 2460. pp. 2318-2322.
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