Antrum mucosa erythematous defined means erythema, or redness, of the lining of the distal portion of the stomach. Antral mucosal erythema is commonly seen in patients with gastritis. More »

Some of the symptoms of antral gastritis are indigestion, inflammation, nausea and vomiting, according to the Diet Health Club. Other symptoms may include belching or burping from excess air that builds up in the stomach... More »

Erythematous mucosa of the stomach is a red, irritated lining within the stomach. This condition is generally seen when a patient has a diagnosis of gastritis, and the inflamed stomach lining is seen during an endoscopic... More »

Erythema of the antrum means the inner lining of the antrum appears reddened and inflamed when viewed on an endoscopy, explains the Saudi Journal of Gastroenterology. Erythema of the antrum is usually diagnosed as the re... More »

Erythema in the antrum is a condition where the antrum of the stomach appears reddened and inflamed when viewed on an endoscopy. In some instances, the problem is called gastritis, according to Gastro.net. More »

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Absorption mainly occurs in the small intestine, but a portion of it is also carried out in the stomach and the large intestine. Absorption can take place in two stages in the small intestine. These are called the lumina... More »

Mildly erythematous mucosa means that mucous membranes appear somewhat red, according to Health Tap. The redness usually signifies inflammation or irritation. Diffuse, in medical terminology, means not localized or conce... More »

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