Erosive duodenitis: 772 reports
Erosive duodenitis: Condition that affects the wall of the small intestine
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Number of reports submitted per year:
Drugs that could cause Erosive duodenitis
Conditions that could cause Erosive duodenitis
Most common Erosive duodenitis symptoms
- Cardiopulmonary failure - (8 reports)
- Hepatitis c - (8 reports)
- Sinusitis - (6 reports)
- Blood bilirubin increased - (3 reports)
- Febrile neutropenia - (3 reports)
- Liver function test abnormal - (3 reports)
- White blood cell count decreased - (3 reports)
- High blood pressure - (3 reports)
- Blood uric acid increased - (2 reports)
- Gamma-glutamyltransferase increased - (1 reports)
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