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Review of Gastrointestinal Tract
In this lecture ´´Stomach Diseases and Congenital Anomalies of GIT´´ is explained. Section one is about ´´Review of Gastrointestinal Tract´´. In the very first slide, educator talks about gastrointestinal tract. In the next slide, histology is illustrated. After that physiology of GIT is pursued. Then digestion and defecation is explained. Following this, atresia is discussed. Alongside, fistulae are elaborated. Subsequently, information about gastrointestinal duplication cysts cysts is given. Diaphragmatic hernia is also considered in this part. Furthermore, omphalocele is discussed. Then gastroschisis is elucidated. Next subject of discussion is Meckel’s diverticulum. Later on, pyloric stenosis is explained. Moving onward, educator sheds light on Hirschsprung Disease along with its morphology and clinical features.
Inflammatory Diseases of Stomach
Section two is about ''Inflammatory Diseases of Stomach''. Initially, educator describes acute gastritis. Then its pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features are explained respectively. Following this, stress-related mucosal disease is discussed. Subsequently, chronic gastritis is pursued. Educator also elaborates H. pylori gastritis along with pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features. Later on, information about diagnosis and treatment is delivered. Autoimmune gastritis is also covered in this part. Likewise, its morphology is highlighted. Afterwards, hypertrophic gastropathies is comprehensively elucidated. Next subject of discussion is Menetrier Disease. Concluding comments are given on Zollinger-Ellison syndrome and its morphology.
Section three is about ''Peptic Ulcer''. Educator begins by elucidating acute peptic ulcer. Discussion continues on its pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features. After that peptic ulcer disease is elaborated. Likewise, its pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features are also discussed.
Section four is about ''Gastric Polyps''. At first, educator introduces gastric polyps. Then inflammatory and hyperplastic polyps are explained. Subsequently, light is shed on fundic gland polyps. Next, gastric adenoma is focused. Moreover, its pathogenesis and morphology is elaborated by the educator.
Section five is about ''Neoplastic Diseases''. Earlier in this section, gastric adenocarcinoma is discussed. Then its epidemiology is pursued. Following this, its Pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features are explained. Lymphoma is also elaborated in this part. Afterwards, neuroendocrine tumor comes under consideration. Alongside, its morphology and clinical features are highlighted. Educator's next theme is the elucidation of gastrointestinal stromal tumor. Concluding comments are given on its pathogenesis, morphology, and clinical features.