Chemically reactive gastropathy (type C gastritis) - antral mucosa with corkscrew-like twisting and highly elongated foveolae covered by basophilic epithelium. Fibromuscular stromal obliteration and dilated capillaries in the lamina propria. No inflammatory infiltrate.
Additional Findings: No Helicobacter
Case: 44-year-old patient, liver cirrhosis, chronic hepatitis C, Aethylabusus.
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