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Spiral bacteria of the family Helicobacteraceae, principally Helicobacter pylori , colonize the stomach of approximately 50% of the world's humans 1 and are causally associated with chronic superficial gastritis, peptic ulcers, gastric

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tube placement or endoscopy, or sequela of vomiting, gastroenteritis, or ingestion of caustic substances. 3 In contrast, emphysematous gastritis refers to intramural gastric gas caused by gas-forming bacteria and is often associated with systemic

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, hypomotile, and filled with fluid and echogenic material. The primary differential diagnoses included gastric wall hemorrhage or edema, severe gastritis, neoplasia such as lymphoma, muscular hypertrophy, or infectious etiologies such as infection with

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abnormality. Differential diagnoses for the described gastric distention and gravel sign combined with the long-standing history of vomiting included gastritis, enteritis, metabolic disorders, and chronic pyloric outflow obstruction (partial or intermittent

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hemorrhage with aspirated material. Alveoli were diffusely expanded by edema, and the large airways contained abundant mucus. Mild lymphoplasmacytic gastritis and pancreatic hemorrhage were also present. Morphologic Diagnosis and Case Summary

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mass-like lesions included malignant neoplasia (eg, round-cell neoplasia), adenomatous hyperplasia, or feline gastrointestinal eosinophilic sclerosing fibroplasia. Gastritis or an adenomatous polyp were considered less likely differential diagnoses for

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this bacterium. 8 Cryptosporidium serpentis , the cause of proliferative gastritis, or boid inclusion body disease, which is associated with regurgitation and neurologic signs, can also cause gastrointestinal signs in snakes. 9,10 For the ball

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intestinal involvement is not known. A review of medical records of 67 dogs that underwent gastrotomy, gastroduodenoscopy, or gastroscopy because of signs of gastrointestinal tract disease revealed that lymphoplasmacytic gastritis was the most frequent

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epithelial cell in the mucosa showed hybridization, we cannot attribute infection to only neuroendocrine-origin cells. Additionally, widespread hybridization was observed in ulcer beds, at the margin of ulcer beds, in inflammatory gastritis lesions, and in

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revealed widespread pulmonary alveolar infiltrates predominantly affecting the ventral portions of both lungs consistent with noncardiogenic pulmonary edema. Endoscopy revealed esophagitis and mild gastritis. The dog recovered with supportive treatment

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