Clinical Manifestations of Acute Gastritis and Chronic Gastritis

Acute Gastritis and Chronic Gastritis

Clinical Manifestations of Acute Gastritis and Chronic Gastritis

Acute Gastritis

Acute Gastritis is very varied, ranging from very mild, asymptomatic, up to very heavy, which can lead to death. In the case of very heavy, very prominent symptoms are:
  1. Hematemetis and melena that can last a very great shock to occur due to blood loss.
  2. In most cases, symptoms are very mild and even asymptomatic. Complaints such as pain that arises in the gut, usually mild and can not be appointed to the appropriate location.
  3. Sometimes accompanied by nausea and vomiting.
  4. GI bleeding is often the only symptom.
  5. In the case of very light bleeding, manifests as occult blood in the stool and will be found in physical signs of deficiency anemia with no apparent etiology.
  6. On physical examination found no abnormalities except usually those with severe bleeding, causing signs and symptoms of hemodynamic disorders as real as hypotension, pallor, cold sweat, tachycardia until the disturbance of consciousness.
Chronic Gastritis
  1. Varied and unclear.
  2. Feeling of fullness, anorexia.
  3. Epigastric distress that is not real.
  4. Early satiety.

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