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Submitted: 04 February 2014 Modified: 23 June 2014
HERDIN Record #: R04A-DLSHSI-14020411175741

PREVALENCE OF GASTROINTESTINAL LESIONS IN CHRONIC KIDNEY DISEASE PATIENTS WITH ABDOMINAL SYMPTOMS ADMITTED AT DE LA SALLE UNIVERSITY MEDICAL CENTER FROM JANUARY 2002 TO MARCH 2012 WHO UNDERWENT DIAGNOSTIC ENDOSCOPY: A Ten-Year Review

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Objectives:
To determine the prevalence of different gastrointestinal lesions in patients with CKD who complains of abdominal pain and underwent endoscopy.

Design:
Retrospective Descriptive Study

Patients Selection:
Chart review of patients diagnosed with CKD classified as stage 3, 4, and 5, age >18 years old, who underwent esophagogastroduodenoscopy (EGD) at DLSUMC from January 2002 to March 2012

Outcome Measures:
Prevalence, risk factors and endoscopic findings

Results:
Of the 80 patients who fulfilled the criteria, 60% were male and 40% were female. Majority are in 60-69 years of age (27.9%), hypertensive (76.3%) and under CKD class 5 (55%). Endoscopic findings commonly seen are erosive gastritis (72.5 %, 95% CI 61.97- 81.43%), esophangitis (36.3 %, 95% CI 26.29-4719%), and duodenal ulcer (35%, 95% CI 25.16-45.91%) occurring alone or concomitantly with the others.

Conclusions:
Majority of CKD patients who complain abdominal pain were elderly male, hypertensive, on CKD stage 5 and not on hemodialysis developed erosive gastritis. Common endoscopic findings are erosive gastritis, esophangitis and duodenal ulcer.

Objectives

Objectives:
To determine the prevalence of different gastrointestinal lesions in patients with CKD who complains of abdominal pain and underwent endoscopy.

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