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  1. ... increases the chance of developing a form of stomach(gastric) cancer. In this form, known as diffuse ... tumor. Instead cancerous (malignant) cells multiply underneath the stomach lining, making the lining thick and rigid. The ...
  2. ... that carries food from the mouth to the stomach (the esophagus). During early development, the esophagus and ... not connect (atresia) to the lower esophagus and stomach. Almost 90 percent of babies born with esophageal ...
  3. ... in the gastrointestinal tract, most commonly in the stomach or small intestine. This type of tumor is ... tarry stools, and bleeding into the throat or stomach may cause vomiting of blood.Affected individuals with ...
  4. ... hamartomatous polyps in the gastrointestinal tract (particularly the stomach and intestines) and a greatly increased risk of ... Peutz-Jeghers syndrome develop multiple polyps in the stomach and intestines during childhood or adolescence. Polyps can ...
  5. ... that varies in severity but can lead to stomach pain, diarrhea, bloody stool, nausea, and vomiting. Other ... in people with chronic granulomatous disease include the stomach, colon, and rectum, as well as the mouth, ...
  6. ... mucolipidosis type IV also have impaired production of stomach acid (achlorhydria). Achlorhydria does not cause any symptoms ... is a hormone that regulates the production of stomach acid. Individuals with mucolipidosis type IV may not ...
  7. ... that carries food from the mouth to the stomach (the esophagus) are also common, while the skin ... organ and tissue damage if left untreated, include stomach irritation (gastritis), liver inflammation (hepatitis), lung irritation (pneumonitis), ...
  8. ... cord meets the abdomen. Organs (typically the intestines, stomach, and liver) protrude through the opening into the ... often have gastrointestinal problems including a backflow of stomach acids into the esophagus (gastroesophageal reflux) and feeding ...
  9. ... blockage (obstruction) of the lower part of the stomach (the pylorus). This obstruction prevents food from emptying out of the stomach into the intestine. Signs of pyloric atresia include ...
  10. ... for normal functioning of the cells in the stomach that produce digestive acids. At least 22 mutations ... delay), progressive vision loss, and impaired secretion of stomach acid (achlorhydia) in people with mucolipidosis type IV. ...
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