Stomach Lining

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A number of diseases can involve the stomach lining. Like other cells, the epithelial cells in the stomach can become cancerous, causing the development of stomach cancers. The stomach lining can also become inflamed in a condition known as gastritis, or ulcerated.

It typically doesn’t cause much inflammation, but can lead to bleeding and ulcers in the lining of the stomach. What causes gastritis? Weakness in your stomach lining allows digestive juices to damage and inflame it, causing gastritis. Having a thin or damaged stomach lining raises your risk for gastritis.

The stomach lining has a number of types of epithelial cells, divided by type. Mucous cells generate the mucus which stands between the stomach lining and the acids of the stomach, creating a protective layer. Parietal sells secrete acid, while chief cells make enzymes used in digestion,…

Stomach Lining



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