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Research Paper | Medical Surgical | India | Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2016
An Original Article - A Clinico Pathological Study of Upper Gastro Intestinal Endoscopy in Patients with Dyspepsia
Dr. S. R. Kulkarni  | Dr. Ujwal Kumar  | Dr. Karan Singhla
Abstract: Aims The outcome of upper GI endoscopy in dyspeptic patients. The co-relation of alarm symptoms with endoscopy finding. Methods A total of 120 dyspeptic patients attending surgery opd of KRISHNA HOSPITAL, KARAD were selected. The case series study was conducted over a period of one and half years. Patient who were willing were subjected to upper GI endoscopy after informed written consent. The endoscopies were performed as per standard protocol and biopsies were taken from suspicious lesions. Observations age wise distribution of various subject with their specific presentations were observed. association of alarm symptoms with malignancy was seen. Conclusion Upper GI endoscopy is a useful diagnostic modality. Dyspepsia is common in male patients than in female, It is more common in age group of 25-55 years of age. The common abnormal endoscopic findings included gastritis, oesophagitis, and duodenitis. Dyspepsia with alarm symptoms increases the risk of malignancy whereas in dyspepsia without alarm symptoms there is reduced risk of malignancy. Alcohol and smoking being major risk factor for dyspepsia. Upper GI endoscopy is a useful diagnostic modality in elucidation of the causes of dyspepsia.
Keywords: a study of upper g i endoscopy in patients with dyspepsia
Edition: Volume 5 Issue 4, April 2016,
Pages: 1070 - 1073
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