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the association of helicobacter pylori infection with the development of gastroesophageal reflux disease (gerd).a large number of studies were performed that support the association of helicobacter pylori infection and the development of (gerd), although to prove that this association is a causation is still a matter of dispute. the objectives of this study was to prove this causal association in order to be able to plan a program for intervention. the work was conducted on 30 patients suffering from symptoms suggestive of gastro-esophogeal reflux disease diagnosed by upper endoscopic examination and 20 m ...200117216946
sensitivity and specificity of various tests for the diagnosis of helicobacter pylori in egyptian children.many noninvasive methods (using breath, blood, and stool samples) are available to diagnose helicobacter pylori. however, because the noninvasive tests are proxy measures of the infection, they need validation before use. factors that may affect test validity include patient age, gender, and geographic location. because no data were available on the validation of noninvasive tests for the diagnosis of h. pylori among children in the middle east, this study was performed.200616982805
evaluation of salivary and serum anti-helicobacter pylori in egyptian patients with h. pylori related gastric disorders.helicobacter pylori is a common and important transmissible bacterial human pathogen. although several diagnostic tests are available for the detection of h. pylori infection, all of them have both advantages and disadvantages, and none can be considered as a single gold standard. serological methods analyzing (serum and saliva) by using enzyme immunoassays, which are simple, reproducible and inexpensive, can detect either antigen or antibody. this study evaluated the frequency of anti- h. pylor ...201424961032
mutations affecting domain v of the 23s rrna gene in helicobacter pylori from cairo, egypt.clarithromycin is a main component of the recommended first-line triple therapy for helicobacter pylori in egypt. we aimed in our study to investigate the prevalence of clarithromycin-resistant h. pylori strains due to the point mutations at domain v of the h. pylori 23s rrna among the egyptian population using the polymerase chain reaction/restricted fragment length polymorphism (pcr/rflp) assay.201626358218
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