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Title:
A Study of Helicobacter Pylori in Patients with and without Chronic Liver Disease. Journal of Hepatology, Gastroenterology & Infectious Diseases; Vol. 3
Authors: S M Kabil; Salwa I El Haddad; M M Atta; A H Asal; S A Abdou and Fatma Abdel Salam
Year: 1994
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Abstract:

One hundred patients with chronic liver disease (CLD) were studied for the prevalence of Helicobacter pylori . this was made in comparison to 75 controls , of whom 50 had dyspeptic complaints without CLD (positive controls) and 25 healthy subjects (negative controls). The difference in the prevalence of H.pylori was statistically significant only between cases and negative but not positive controls . the relative prevalence of H.pylori among all subgroups was not significant except between CLD cases with duodenal ulcer and CLD patients with non-ulcer dyspepsia . the prevalence of H.pylori correlates with the associated gastric rather than the hepatic hisopathology modified giemsa stain proved to be more sensitive and specific than haematoxylin and eosin stain for identification of H.pylori as proved by electron microscope .

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