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Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum (ciphers K 25; K 26)

Definition Peptic ulcer of the stomach and (or) duodenal ulcer (essential mediogastric and duodenal ulcer) - a heterogeneous disease with a lot? actor etiology, complex pathogenesis, chronic relapsing course, morphological equivalent in the form of a mucosal and submucosal defect with an outcome in the connective tissue scar.

Statistics. At different ages, gastroduodenal ulcer occurs in 4-5% of the population. In young people, duodenal ulcers are 4 times more likely than mediastric ulcers. In the elderly, gastric ulcers are recorded 2-3 times more often than duodenal ulcers. At a young age, peptic ulcer disease is a sad privilege of men who are sick 2-5 times more often than women. After 40 years, age differences disappear.

Often people with certain professions suffer from peptic ulcer: urban transport drivers, dispatchers, operators, workers of hot shops, teachers, creative workers, managers, surgeons.

Etiological factors:

• hereditary predisposition (peptic ulcer in blood relatives, 0 (1) blood type, deficiency of a-1 antitrypsin, a-2 macroglobulin, deficiency of fucoglycoprotein in the gastric mucus, increased mass of parietal cells, high activity of the “ulcerogenic” fraction of peptides -synogen, characteristic data of dermatoglyphics, the ability to taste phenylthiocarbamide);

• infection of the gastric mucosa and (or) the duodenum with the pyloric helicobacter;

• taking medications (non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, etc.).

Risk factors: occupational hazards (noise), violation of the nutritional stereotype, smoking, physiological desynchronosis - the transition from biological summer to biological winter and vice versa, psychoemotional stress in people with low stress tolerance (increased rates on the scales of anxiety, egocentrism, claims, demonstrative ™ , vegetative provision of emotions).

In the pathogenesis of duodenal ulcers, greater importance is attached to the predominance of “aggressive” ulcerogenic factors: acid peptic (low pH values ​​of the gastric contents with a high rate of hydrochloric acid) in combination with a high activity of the pepsin-1 fraction, as well as full-duodenal dyskinesia with excessive evacuation from the stomach into the duodenum, gels for bacteriosis. The pathogenesis of gastric ulcers is dominated by “weakness” of protective and gastroprotective factors: the mucosal bicarbonate barrier of the stomach and duodenum (low protein content in the corner of water complexes in mucus, bicarbonates), poor regeneration of the epithelium, poorly developed microcirculation pools, insufficient to neutralize the acidic gastric contents the amount of bicarbonates in the duodenum 12.

The more frequent localization of gastric ulcers on the lesser curvature is explained by the weak development of the arterial network, worse microcirculation conditions.

The predominance of onion ulcers of the duodenum over extracellular ulcers is a consequence of impaired motility in the bulb, creating conditions for stagnation and poor neutralization of acidic gastric contents.

The healing of gastroduodenal ulcers passes through the mechanisms of immune inflammation with the change of cell cooperations, the production of collagen structures and their maturation.

After the healing of a chronic ulcer, an “unreliable" balance is established between the factors of aggression and defense. The failure of adaptation is due to the weakness of self-regulation at different levels: it occurs during biological desynchronosis, psychoemotional distress, etc.
Therefore, gastroduodenal ulcers are prone to recurrence.

Clinic. The leading symptom is epigastric pain. "Visceral" pain with an ulcer within the mucosa is dull, oppressive, aching; has a clear frequency (0.5-1.5 hours after eating with a stomach ulcer, 2-3 hours after eating and at night with a duodenal ulcer); localized throughout the epigastrium; there is no irradiation of pain (P.Ya. Grigoriev). Mendel's symptom is negative. There is no local muscle tension. With deep palpation, the pain is strictly local, corresponds to the projection of the ulcer on the abdominal wall. Soreness on palpation does not coincide with the subjective localization of pain. With an ulcer within the wall of the organ with a periprocess, the pain in the epigastrium is dull, gradually increasing, at the height of the pain it is acute. Frequency is poorly expressed. The stopping effect of antacids is reduced. The pain radiates to the left and upward with ulcers of the cardiac section of the stomach, to the right - with pyloric and duodenal ulcers.

Mendel's symptom is positive. With superficial palpation, local muscle tension is determined (on the left in the epigastrium - with a stomach ulcer, right - with a duodenal ulcer). With deep palpation, a clear local pain, coinciding with the subjective localization of pain. Cutaneous hyperesthesia in the zones of Za-Kharyin-Ged (points of Boas, Openkhovsky).

Other symptoms of peptic ulcer are vomiting at the height of pain, which relieves pain, without prior nausea. Constipation

The duodenal ulcer is characterized by the predominant occurrence of the disease in young men with frequent hereditary burden; seasonality of exacerbations; high level of gastric secretion; radiologically - a niche, a large layer of liquid above a barium suspension, enhanced gastric motility, hypermobility of the duodenum 12; characteristic endoscopic and morphological picture.

Gastric ulcer is characterized by a predominant occurrence at the age of over 35 with a rare hereditary burden; level of gastric secretion, close to normal; characteristic x-ray picture; typical changes in endoscopic and morphological studies.

Possibilities and limits of paraclinical methods. X-ray gives information about the topic, the depth of the ulcer, the severity of the "ulcer shaft", motor function. The resolution of the method is not higher than 60-65% for intermediate radiologists, 80-85% - for highly qualified radiologists.

Gastroduodenofibroscopy is indicated for the initial diagnosis of the disease. Hazards: the possibility of infection with hepatitis B, C, HIV; trauma of the esophagus, stomach, duodenum. Relative contraindications: arrhythmias, myocardial infarction, chronic heart failure 2B-3 tbsp., Decompensated pulmonary heart. The resolution of the method in the diagnosis of gastric and duodenal ulcers is high. The main advantage over x-ray diagnostic methods is the possibility of multiple biopsies for the differential diagnosis of the primary ulcerative form of gastric cancer and gastric ulcer. The method helps in establishing the source of gastric or duodenal bleeding.

Gastric secretion. It is desirable to determine it during gastroduodenofibroscopy (parietal pH-metry). An in-depth study of gastric secretion (basal, pentagastrin-induced maximum acid production, debit-hour of hydrochloric acid and pepsin in the basal and stimulated phase of secretion) is carried out in gastroenterological clinics to select the method of surgical intervention.
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Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum (ciphers K 25; K 26)

  1. Peptic ulcer of the stomach and duodenum
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