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What is Biliary Reflux Gastritis?

Description of the disease

Biliary reflux gastritis is an inflammation of the stomach mucosa caused by the backward (reflux) flow of bile from the duodenum into the stomach.


  • Aggressive
  • Chronic
  • Erosive


  • Pain or discomfort in the stomach area
  • Heartburn
  • Nausea and vomiting


Biliary reflux gastritis can be caused by various factors, including dysfunction of the Oddi sphincter, bile acid reflux, and other pathologies of the biliary tract.


Diagnostic procedures for the disease include gastroscopy, bile acid level in the stomach, pH-metry, and other studies.


Treatment involves taking medications to regulate bile acid levels, following a specific diet, and addressing the underlying cause of the disease.


Preventive measures include adhering to a specific diet, avoiding harmful habits, and seeking prompt medical attention when symptoms arise.


To diagnose and treat biliary reflux gastritis, it is advisable to consult a gastroenterologist.

Note: This material is provided for informational purposes only and is not medical advice.