Acute gastritis

Of related forms alone are very often, we can say every day, others are more rare. The first concerns the form that I. M. Pound (1957) refers to as acute "trivial", and S. M. RISS (1965) - as acute nonspecific" gastritis. However, the terms "trivial" and "non-specific" do not enjoy a General recognition. Further, speaking about the acute gastritis, we will have in mind his usual, the most frequent form. Much less often the doctor has to deal with corrosive acute gastritis, acute phlegmonously gastritis can rightly be referred to the casuistry.