Prevalence of Helicobater pylori Infection in Patients Complaining of Epigastric Pain and Dyspepsia, Mosul, Iraq

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Ali Jumaah Ali

Abstract

Objectives: To study the prevalence of H pylori among patients referred to
endoscopic unit Complaining from epigastric pain and dyspepsia.
Methods: To study the epidemiology of H pylori infection in patients
suffering from epigastric pain and dyspepsia referred to endoscopic unit
between first of January to 31 of July 2013.
Results: Out of 106 patients , 65 patient were positive (61.32%) , 30 patient
were negative (28.30%) and 11 patient were no histopathological result of
H pylori (10.37%).
Conclusion: In conclusion there is a significant relation between H pylori
and epigastric pain and dyspepsia H pylori infection affect different age
group. Both sex affected by
H. pylori infection.

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