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NIDDK

Upper GI Series

patients  Digestive Diseases  Constipation  Gastroesophageal reflux  Ulcers  GER  Upper GI Series  Double-contrast upper GI series  Standard barium upper GI series  Barium swallow  GI tract inflammation  Upper gastrointestinal series 

Learn how upper gastrointestinal (GI) series can diagnose problems in your upper GI tract, how to prepare for the procedure, and what to expect afterwards.

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NIDDK

Lower GI Series

patients  polyps  Digestive Diseases  Constipation  Diarrhea  Ulcers  Fistula  diverticular disease  Barium enema  Double-contrast lower GI series  Diagnosis of GI problems  Air-contrast lower GI series  Lower GI Series  Lower gastrointestinal series 

Learn how lower gastrointestinal (GI) series can diagnose problems in your large intestine, how to prepare for the procedure, and what to expect afterwards.

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NIDDK

Peptic Ulcers (Stomach Ulcers)

facts  symptoms  causes  definition  eating  diagnosis  stomach  diet  Digestive Diseases  Peptic Ulcers  NSAIDs  H pylori  Peptic ulcer disease  Ulcers  peptic  general public  nutrtion  stomach ulcers 

Overview of peptic (stomach) ulcers, including the causes, link to NSAID pain medicines, symptoms, treatments, and foods to avoid.

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CDC

Ulcers - Health Communication

CDC  Ulcers  health marketing  health communications  Gateway to Health Communication and Social Marketing Practice  Resources for TV Writers and Producers 

Gateway to Health Communication and Social Marketing Practice - Ulcers

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NIDDK

Peptic Ulcer Disease

Digestive Diseases  Helicobacter pylori  Peptic Ulcers  NSAIDs  H pylori infection  H pylori  Peptic ulcer disease  Esophageal ulcer  Ulcers 

A sore on the lining of your stomach or duodenum. People who take NSAIDs, such as aspirin and ibuprofen long-term, are infected with the bacteria H.pylori, or have a tumor in the stomach, duodenum, or pancreas are more likely to develop peptic ulcers.

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