The regular arrangement of collecting venules pattern evaluated by standard endoscope and the absence of antrum nodularity are highly indicative of Helicobacter pylori uninfected gastric mucosa.
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Digestive and Liver Disease
- Publication Date
Jan 01, 2008
Antrum nodularity is a specific finding, although its sensitivity is low. A regular arrangement of collecting venules pattern and the absence of antrum nodularity are highly indicative of normal gastric mucosa that is negative for Helicobacter pylori.
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