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Acute duodenal ulcer

Acute duodenal ulcer

Acute duodenal ulcer

Acute duodenal ulcer

 

  • Acute duodenal ulcer is a mucosal defect which unlike the ‘erosion’ penetrates through muscularis mucosae to reach muscularis propria (MP).
  • Glands in the area of the ulcerated edges are destroyed.
  • In the edges and in the area of mucosal defect is found leukocytic inflammatory reaction.
  • At the bottom of the ulcer is found hemorrhage (macroscopically– black color because of the transfer of hemoglobin into hematin ), cellular debris and fibrino-purulent exudate.
  • The underlying duodenal layers show no fibrosis.

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