Endoscopy of Acute Gastritis (Pangastritis) 6 of 10

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In pangastritis (coexisting antral gland gastritis and fundic gland gastritis), the fundic gland gastritis is characterized by less severe inflammation than the antral gland gastritis. Pangastritis can result in extensive mucous gland (pseudopyloric) metaplasia and varying amounts of intestinal metaplasia. Nests of parietal cells commonly occur, even in the presence of achlorhydria.

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