Acta Scientific Microbiology (ASMI) (ISSN: 2581-3226)

Mini Research Article Volume 3 Issue 2

Extra Digestive Helicobacter Pylori Cutaneous Manifestations Prevalence in Sudanese Diabetes Mellitus Patients

Sally Abdelhadi Nasr Ibrahim*

Senior Clinical Immunology Specialist, MBBS (University of Khartoum), MD of Clinical Immunology SMSB, Sudan

*Corresponding Author: Senior Clinical Immunology Specialist, MBBS (University of Khartoum), MD of Clinical Immunology SMSB, Sudan.

Received: December 24, 2019; Published: January 08, 2019

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Background

  Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection can cause extra gastric manifestations as an effect of persistent gastric infection, whose immune response may induce both local and remote lesions [1].

Objective

  Our study aimed to identify the prevalence of extra digestive (gastric) H. pylori skin manifestations (EdHpSm) of diabetes mellitus patients so as to clarify the possible association between extra gastric cutaneous manifestations of diabetes mellitus and H. pylori infection in Sudanese populations, in dermatology department in Jabir Abu Eliz Diabetic Center. We used Enzyme immune assay to detect H. pylori antigens in patient’s stools. In Sudan the only study done was about skin manifestations of H. pylori without specifity to diabetics [2].But I found another study say that, there is a higher reinfection rate in diabetic patients than in normal peoples, and when occur is associated with poor glycemic control [3].

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References

  1. Giuseppe Realdi., et al. Digestive diseases and sciences 44.2 (1999). 
  2. Bashir AHH., et al. “Clinicoepidemiological study in Sudanese patients: Prevalence and effect of eradicative triple therapy on extra digestive Helicobacter pylori skin manifestations, EdHpSm”. Clinical Reviews and Opinions 3.2 (2011): 14-19.
  3. Dani Cohen Christin Nordqvist. “Bacterium H. pylori may undermine blood sugar control”. MNT Medical news today (2012). 
  4. Quatrini M., et al. “Helicobacter pylori prevalence in patients with diabetes and it,s relationship to dyspeptic symptoms”. Journal of Clinical Gastroenterology 32.3 (2001): 215-217.
  5. Demir M., et al. “Helicobacter pylori prevalence in diabetes mellitus patients with dyspeptic symptoms and it,s relationship to glycemic control and late complications. Department of gasteroentrology, Baskent University.
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Citation

Citation: Sally Abdelhadi Nasr Ibrahim. “Extra Digestive Helicobacter Pylori Cutaneous Manifestations Prevalence in Sudanese Diabetes Mellitus Patients". Acta Scientific Microbiology 3.2 (2020): 28-29.




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