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1965 7
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1967 14
1968 18
1969 13
1970 14
1971 24
1972 19
1973 19
1974 28
1975 19
1976 22
1977 32
1978 39
1979 30
1980 25
1981 33
1982 37
1983 34
1984 37
1985 62
1986 54
1987 56
1988 41
1989 65
1990 47
1991 67
1992 35
1993 47
1994 36
1995 39
1996 61
1997 51
1998 50
1999 48
2000 39
2001 43
2002 35
2003 34
2004 33
2005 28
2006 23
2007 27
2008 28
2009 25
2010 32
2011 20
2012 24
2013 24
2014 26
2015 22
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2018 12
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The comparison of histologic gastritis in patients with duodenal ulcer, chronic gastritis, gastric ulcer and gastric cancer.
Kim DY and Baek JY. Yonsei Med J 1999. PMID 10198601 Free article.
A total of 122 patients (42 duodenal ulcer, 31 chronic gastritis, 35 gastric ulcer and 14 gastric cancer) underwent endoscopy with biopsies from the antrum and body. ...H. pylori density of the antrum was significantly higher in duodenal ulcer than in chronic gastritis, gastric ulcer, and gastric cancer. ...
A total of 122 patients (42 duodenal ulcer, 31 chronic gastritis, 35 gastric ulcer and 14 gastric cancer) underwent end …
Clinical investigation on coexisting of duodenal ulcer and gastric cancer in China.
Zhao L, et al. Int J Clin Pract 2005. PMID 16178981
The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of coexistent duodenal ulcer and gastric cancer in China, then to explore the features of clinical manifestations, endoscopy, pathology and possible pathogenesis. ...The coexisting gastric cancer in patients with duodenal ulcer is infrequent but not rare. Gastroscopy screening and routine follow-up are necessary for patients with duodenal ulcer. ...
The aim of this study was to investigate the prevalence of coexistent duodenal ulcer and gastric cancer in China, then to expl …
A clinicopathological study of post-bulbar duodenal ulcer--analysis of 6 cases and comparison to usual chronic duodenal ulcer.
Kaminishi M, et al. Jpn J Surg 1987. PMID 3626205
We investigated the functional and morphological aspects of acid secretion in 6 patients with post-bulbar duodenal ulcer and compared the findings with the events of 40 patients with the usual chronic duodenal ulcer. ...On the contrary, however, there was no such instance in those patients with the usual duodenal ulcer. Hyperacidity, due to a large parietal cell mass and an enhanced parietal cell function, may play an important role in the pathogenesis of post-bulbar duodenal ulcer....
We investigated the functional and morphological aspects of acid secretion in 6 patients with post-bulbar duodenal ulcer and c …
Cysteamine induces duodenal ulcer in the mouse.
Cahill MC, et al. Digestion 1986. PMID 3709997
A new model of duodenal ulcer disease has been developed in the mouse. The ulcers were produced after either oral or subcutaneous administration of cysteamine which has been shown to cause duodenal ulcer in the rat. ...This new model of duodenal ulcer disease in the mouse may represent a simple and inexpensive way to screen for new antiulcerogenic drugs....
A new model of duodenal ulcer disease has been developed in the mouse. The ulcers were produced after either oral or subcutane …
Thickness of Brunner's glands and its clinical significance in duodenal ulcer disease.
Fuse Y, et al. Scand J Gastroenterol 1990. PMID 2305213
In most duodenal ulcer cases Brunner's glands were thickest within 1 cm from the center of an ulcer. Only six cases of duodenal ulcer (8.0%) showed a diffusely thin layer of Brunner's glands, less than 1.5 mm thick. These results show that the Brunner's glands become hyperplastic in duodenal ulcer patients, especially near the ulcer. In the healed ulcer Brunner's glands were thin at the center of an ulcer scar, and the average thickness was 0.42 +/- 0.26 mm. ...
In most duodenal ulcer cases Brunner's glands were thickest within 1 cm from the center of an ulcer. Only six cases of …
Prophylactic Transcatheter Arterial Embolization After Successful Endoscopic Hemostasis in the Management of Bleeding Duodenal Ulcer.
Mille M, et al. J Clin Gastroenterol 2015. PMID 25319738
STUDY: This retrospective study included all patients (n=117) treated from 2008 to 2012 for duodenal ulcer bleeding. After initial endoscopic hemostasis, patients were assessed regarding their individual rebleeding risk. ...Mortality associated with ulcer bleeding was 4% in patients with prophylactic TAE. CONCLUSIONS: Prophylactic TAE in patients with duodenal ulcers at high risk for rebleeding was feasible, effective at preventing the need for surgery, and had low major complication rates. ...
STUDY: This retrospective study included all patients (n=117) treated from 2008 to 2012 for duodenal ulcer bleeding. After ini …
[SOME PECULIARITIES OF ENDOSCOPIC ANATOMY OF THE GASTRODUODENAL TRANSITION AND ITS CHANGES IN DUODENAL PEPTIC ULCER].
Kolesnikova EV. Eksp Klin Gastroenterol 2016. PMID 30280557 Russian.
OBJECTIVE: To improve the diagnosis of the diseases of the pylorus and prepyloric region in patients with duodenal peptic ulcer based on the study of the mucous membrane folds MATERIALS AND METHODS: Endoscopic examination of 208 patients without diseases of the gastroduodenal transition (healthy) and 112 patients with duodenal peptic ulcer of three age groups from 35 to 90 years. ...The clinical case of the patient with duodenal peptic ulcer and maltoma in prepyloric region was presented. CONCLUSION: The features of the formation of mucous membrane folds, the relief of the mucous membrane of the pylorus and prepyloric region in healthy people and patients with peptic ulcer of the duodenum are necessary to consider. ...
OBJECTIVE: To improve the diagnosis of the diseases of the pylorus and prepyloric region in patients with duodenal peptic ulcer
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