[analysis of helicobacter pylori infection in a healthy panamanian population].infection with helicobacter pylori carrying a caga virulence gene is a potential risk factor for gastric cancer. since obtaining clinical isolates from healthy subjects is difficult, epidemiological analysis of caga-positive h. pylori in healthy populations is not well studied. to assess h. pylori infection in a healthy population, we applied coprodiagnostic analysis to determine h. pylori infection prevalence. h. pylori antigen in stool specimens was detected by immunochrmoatograpy in 54.1% of ...200919364040
[helicobacter pylori and gastric cancer].several unresolved issues still cast doubts on the epidemiological data which point to an association between infection from helicobacter pylori (hp) and gastric cancer. these are: a) the male/female ratio of gastric cancer ranges from 4 to 1.5 in all studies, whereas the prevalence of hp infection is the same in both sexes; b) the prevalence of hp infection is as high as 90% in several developing countries where the frequency of gastric cancer is very low; c) the acquisition of the infection at ...199910528435
[prevalence of helicobacter pylori in patients with gastric cancer in panama].cancer of the stomach is the second in incidence in panama after the cancer of the prostata. it is studied now the incidence of infection due to helicobacter pylori in patients with gastric carcinoma. it seems to be a significative relationship between the prevalence of gastric carcinoma and h. pylori infections. this observation is important because by the similar therapeutic implications in virus dna hepatitis type b and hepatoma.19921439007
3-farnesyl-2-hydroxybenzoic acid is a new anti-helicobacter pylori compound from piper multiplinervium.a new prenylated salicylic acid derivative, 3-farnesyl-2-hydroxy benzoic acid (1), was isolated from the leaves of piper multiplinervium c. dc. (piperaceae). it showed anti-helicobacter pylori activity (mic 37.5 microg/ml) and antimicrobial activity at mics between 2.5 and 5 microg/ml against staphylococcus aureus, escherichia coli, klebsiella pneumoniae, mycobacterium smegmatis, pseudomonas aeruginosa and candida albicans. its structure was elucidated by means of ms, 1h and 13c nmr. the ethnome ...200616266794
[helicobacter pylori and gastroduodenal pathology in the republic of panama].129 patients, panamanians and north americans, with chronic dyspepsia, were prospectively studied regarding infection by h. pylori and the type of gastroduodenal pathology diagnosed by endoscopy and histology. the rapid urea split test was compared with the culture. the percentage of patients infected by h. pylori increased with age. patients under 30, 37%; 31 to 40, 61%; 41 to 76, 75%. h. pylori was found in 70% of the panamanians and 54% of the americans. h. pylori infected 81%, 75%, 54% and 2 ...19902392579
[helicobacter pylori at hospital santo tomás].we studied the incidence of infection with helicobacter pylori in panamanians with chronic dyspepsia, gastric or duodenal ulcer, gastritis or gastric cancer. the histopathology was positive in 54 (81%) of 66 patients; the urea test was positive in 52 (82.5%) of 63 cases; the impromptu was positive in 51 (79.6) of 64 patients; the endoscopic examination was positive in 64 (82.9%) of 77 examinations.19938146351
[helicobacter pylori infection in children without dyspepsia in curundu and parque lefevre].a study of seroprevalence of helicobacter pylori determined by elisa igg, was conducted in 83 consecutive healthy children. the majority of the children (55%) had the bacterium. seropositivity was demonstrated in 55% of the age group 0-5 years old, in 47% of 6-10, and in 67%, of the group 11 to 15. of the children without sanitary inside their homes 86% were seropositive, versus 47% of the children with sanitary in their homes.199810997192
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