Genetics and hereditary factors play an important role in the incidence of bacteria helicobacter pylori infection. Moreover it has been found that when there is recurring infection it may lead to serious complications like stomach cancer. In common cases the clinical presentation of bacteria helicobacter pylori involves peptic ulcers and gastritis.
This kind of infection is contagious as leads to gastritis infection. In this condition the bacteria helicobacter pylori infests the inner lining of the stomach leading to inflammation in the stomach. In case of peptic ulcers the mucous lining inside the stomach may be depleted leading to various complications.The clinical presentation of the bacteria helicobacter pylori infection leads to heartburn, nausea and vomiting. The doctor may record the family history and other symptoms associated with gastritis infection. The medical practitioner may conduct various examination including analysis of blood, stools and breath of the affected individual.
An endoscopy may be performed in order to identify the extent of inflammation and peptic ulcers in the gastric lining of the stomach. This will be followed by a biopsy which reveals the presence of carcinogenic activity that indicates stomach cancer.Since the disease is asymptomatic, this could cause a delay in the identification and treatment of the disease and other disorders associated with peptic ulcers.