This text focuses on gastric reflux. The symptoms of gastric reflux, its causes, as well as methods for treating and preventing it, continue to be addressed.
An increase in abdominal pressure can lead to the formation of masses or masses of the tissue in the anus, which is called hemorrhoids. Hemorrhoids are divided into internal and external categories.
An unexplained weight loss or sudden weight loss is the subject of this article. We will talk about the possible causes of this phenomenon. We will examine that sudden weight loss can be due to diseases and conditions.
The ulcerative colitis or colitis in the intestine affects the colon's colon, as well as the rectum (rectum), and its symptoms usually develop over time and gradually, not suddenly.
Hepatitis B or HBV is a viral infection that, by affecting the liver, leads to acute or chronic liver disease, and thus potentially threatens the life of the individual.
In this article, we will look at the details of Crohn's disease and lactose intolerance, and we will compare the causes, symptoms, risk factors, diagnosis and treatment of these.
Studies show that the prevalence of biliary stones in adults in industrialized countries is about 10%, and this appears to be rising.
Abdominal pain occurs near the hip position and many important organs such as the intestine, bladder, and genital area. Superapobic pain (abdominal pain) can have a variety of causes.
Gastrointestinal ulcers are wounds that develop in the stomach, lower esophagus, and small intestine, and are usually caused by inflammation caused by the Helicobacter pylori bacteria, as well as by gastric acid.
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