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- An inflammatory disease of the duodenum.
Classification of chronic duodenitis
By reason of occurrence: primary, secondary;
morphology: chronic duodenitis without atrophy; chronic atrophic duodenitis;
by activity: period of exacerbation, period of remission.
1) pain; 2) dyspeptic syndrome (nausea, vomiting, heartburn, belching with air, impaired stool); 3) pain on palpation in the right half of the abdomen at the level of the navel without a clear localization of pain; 4) increased secretory function of the stomach; 5) radiological and endoscopic symptoms.
Clinical Diagnosis Example
Chronic primary atrophic duodenitis in the acute stage.
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- Chronic duodenitis. Chronic gastroduodenitis
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- Chronic glomerulonephritis in children. Acute and chronic renal failure
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- Chronic inflammation of the tonsils (chronic tonsillitis)
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- Chronic inflammation of the tonsils - chronic tonsillitis
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- CHRONICAL BRONCHITIS. CHRONIC PULMONARY HEART.
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- Chronic runny nose (chronic rhinitis)
The main forms of chronic rhinitis (rhinitis chronica) - catarrhal, hypertrophic and atrophic - are a nonspecific dystrophic process of the mucous membrane and, in some cases, the bone walls of the nasal cavity. The disease is common. E and l about g and I and patogenesis. The occurrence of chronic rhinitis is usually associated with discirculatory and
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- Chronic gastritis
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- Chronic gastroduodenitis in children
Protocol code: 06-072а Profile: pediatric Stage: hospital Purpose of stage: 1. removal of exacerbation of the disease; 2. relief of pain and dyspeptic syndromes; 3. eradication of H. pylori. Duration of treatment (days): 18 ICD codes: K29.3 Chronic superficial gastritis K29.4 Chronic atrophic gastritis K29.5 Chronic gastritis, unspecified K29.6 Other gastritis K29.8 Duodenitis K29.9
- Chronic pancreatitis
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- Chronic pneumonia
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- Chronic tonsillitis
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- Classification of chronic inflammation.
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