Advances in Peptic Ulcer Pathogenesis

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Over the past decade a great deal of research activity has occurred on either side of the gastroduodenal epithelial interface, with the common goal of elucidating the mechanisms of mucosal protection and how these may be compromised in peptic ulcer disease. A prime stimulus to such research has been the realization that abnormal acid secretion or its delivery into the duodenum in excessive amount cannot fully explain ulcer pathogenesis in the majority of patients. One may envisage the stomach and proximal duodenum as being ...

Advances in Peptic Ulcer Pathogenesis 2011, Springer

ISBN-13: 9789401070522

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Advances in Peptic Ulcer Pathogenesis 1988, Springer

ISBN-13: 9780746200629

1988 edition

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