It is feasible that the primary title of the record Gastritis, Giant Hypertrophic is not the name you anticipated.
Gigantic hypertrophic gastritis (GHG) is a basic term for swelling of the belly due to the build-up of inflammatory cells in the internal wall surface (mucosa) of the belly resulting in unusually huge, coiled ridges or folds up that appear like polyps in the internal wall surface of the belly (hypertrophic stomach folds up). The precise source of GHG is unidentified.
Menetrier condition is not a real type of gastritis. Since swelling is marginal, Menetrier illness is identified as a kind of hyperplastic gastropathy as well as not a kind of gastritis. Some scientists think that GHG as well as Menetrier condition could be variations of the very same problem or various components of one condition range.