Fast Five Quiz: Helicobacter pylori–Associated Gastritis

Steven F. Moss, MD


January 25, 2022

In uncomplicated H pylori–associated atrophic gastritis, there are few clinical findings, none of which are specific. Epigastric tenderness may be present. In addition, if gastric ulcers coexist, guaiac-positive stool may be caused by occult blood loss.

Learn more about the workup of H pylori–associated gastritis.

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