Upper Endoscopy versus Stool Antigen Test for Helicobacter Pylori in Elderly Patients

Heba Youssif Youssif Kamel


Abstract


Stool antigen test is non invasive test that identifies active H.pylori infection by detecting presence of H.pylori in stools which can replace endoscopy in predicting infection and decide how to manage patients. The present study was conducted on 55 eld


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Other Titles مقارنة بين استخدام منظار المعدة واختبار المستضد فى الغائط لتشخيص البكتريا الحلزونية فى كبار السن
Keywords Upper Endoscopy versus Stool Antigen Test for Helicobacter Pylori in Elderly Patients
Issue Date 2011
Description Stool antigen test is non invasive test that identifies active H.pylori infection by detecting presence of H.pylori in stools which can replace endoscopy in predicting infection and decide how to manage patients. The present study was conducted on 55 eld
URI http://research.asu.edu.eg/handle/12345678/54219


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