Helicobacter pylori: Contagion and Symptoms

, responsible for a "chronic infection of the innermost lining of the stomach (gastric mucosa).

L"Helicobacter pylori it is a few microns long and has flagella, that is, structures similar to small tails, which allow it to move and nest in the gastric mucosa. Here, it is able to trigger a slow but progressive inflammation that damages the cells of the inner lining of the stomach.

To learn more, see also the "article dedicated to the characteristics l"Helicobacter pylori.

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