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Digestive System

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Diseases: Anal and Rectal Diseases | Appendicitis | Bile Duct Diseases | Eosinophilic Disorders | Esophageal Diseases | Gallbladder Diseases | Hepatitis | Hernia | Intestinal Diseases | Liver Diseases | Malabsorption Syndromes | Pancreatic Diseases | Peritoneal Diseases | Stomach Diseases

Symptoms: Abdominal Pain | Bleeding | Constipation | Diarrhea | Gas | Heartburn | Hiccups | Indigestion | Vomiting

Other Topics: General Digestive System | Anatomy | Diagnostic Procedures | Digestive Organ Transplantation | Surgery


Stomach Diseases

(Jump to: Overview | Stomach Surgery | Bezoars | Dumping Syndrome | Gastritis | Gastroparesis | Menetrier's Disease | Peptic Ulcer | Rapid Gastric Emptying | Stomach Tumors )

Overview
Stomach Disorders:MedlinePlus


Stomach Surgery
Stomach Surgery for Weight Loss, see Nutritional Diseases, Surgery for Obesity


Bezoars
Bezoars and Foreign Bodies:Merck Manual, Home Edition


Gastritis (Inflammation of the Stomach Lining)
Gastritis:NIDDK
Gastritis:Mayo Clinic
Gastritis:Merck Manual, Home Edition


Gastroparesis (Delayed Gastric Emptying)
Gastroparesis:Mayo Clinic
Gastroparesis and Diabetes: NIDDK


Menetrier's Disease
Menetrier's Disease:NIDDK


Peptic Ulcer
What I Need to Know About Peptic Ulcers:NIDDK
Peptic Ulcer:Mayo Clinic
Peptic Ulcer:Merck Manual, Home Edition
Peptic Ulcer Disease:UpToDate Patient Information
NSAIDs and Peptic Ulcers:NIDDK
H. pylori and Peptic Ulcer:NIDDK
See also Infectious Diseases, Helicobacter pylori
Peptic Ulcer: MedlinePlus


Rapid Gastric Emptying (Dumping Syndrome)
Rapid Gastric Emptying: NIDDK
Dumping Syndrome:Mayo Clinic


Stomach Tumors
Stomach Cancer, see Cancer, Stomach Cancer
Stomach Tumors That Are Noncancerous:Merck Manual, Home Edition


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