Keywords: chronic atrophic gastritis
The clinical manifestations of chronic atrophic gastritis is not only the lack of specificity, and not entirely consistent with the severity. Clinically, some patients of chronic atrophic gastritis may be no obvious symptoms. But most patients have upper abdominal burning, pain, dull pain or fullness, ruffian nausea, especially after eating, particularly at night, loss of appetite, nausea, belching, constipation or diarrhea and other symptoms. In severe cases, weight loss, anemia, brittle A, glossitis or lingual papillae atrophy few gastric erosion may be associated with upper gastrointestinal bleeding. Type A atrophic gastritis concurrent pernicious anemia is rare in our country. No specific signs of the disease, may have mild upper abdominal tenderness.