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2000 302
2001 235
2002 281
2003 240
2004 248
2005 269
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2007 279
2008 233
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[Stomach ulcer].
Ashizawa S. Naika 1965. PMID 5885234 Japanese.
[Rare complication following oesophagectomy: early peptic ulcer perforation of the tubal stomach].
Géczi T, et al. Magy Seb 2011. PMID 21997528 Hungarian.
CASE REPORT: We report the case of a 45-year-old male patient who developed an acute peptic ulcer perforation of the tubal stomach on the second postoperative day after oesophagectomy. ...Various early and late complications of reconstruction with the tubal stomach are well-known, such as gastric necrosis, gastritis, gastric ulcer, as well as benign and malignant tumors. ...
CASE REPORT: We report the case of a 45-year-old male patient who developed an acute peptic ulcer perforation of the tubal stomach
Gastric ulcer penetrating the liver.
Lesquereux-Martínez L, et al. Cir Esp 2017. PMID 26987967
Helicobacter pylori related and non-related lesions in the stomach.
Venerito M, et al. Minerva Gastroenterol Dietol 2011 - Review. PMID 22105728
As most lesions of the stomach result from a chronic infection of gastric mucosa with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), a possible classification of gastric lesions based on etiology may distinguish H. pylori-related lesions from those arising in a gastric mucosa not colonized from the bacterium. ...Clinically relevant lesions of the stomach that are or are not associated with H. pylori infection include gastric ulcer, gastric atrophy, gastric neoplasia, and metastasis from other cancers. ...
As most lesions of the stomach result from a chronic infection of gastric mucosa with Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori), a possible cla …
[Perforated stomach ulcer].
Piskorz A. Pol Przegl Chir 1978. PMID 673947 Polish.
Pathogenesis and therapy of gastric and duodenal ulcer disease.
Shiotani A and Graham DY. Med Clin North Am 2002 - Review. PMID 12510460
Despite the decreasing frequency of Helicobacter pylori-induced peptic ulcers, peptic ulcer disease remains a major clinical problem partly because nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug ulcers have increased in frequency. ...This article reviews current concepts of peptic ulcer pathogenesis and therapy according to ulcer etiology; discusses potential interactions between etiologies; and considers the therapy for H pylori infection including the effects of antimicrobial resistance, and the role of bismuth quadruple therapy or furazolidone salvage therapy....
Despite the decreasing frequency of Helicobacter pylori-induced peptic ulcers, peptic ulcer disease remains a major clinical problem …
Gastric candidiasis
Piken E, et al. JAMA 1978. PMID 309011
Two cases of candidiasis occured in the stomach. The first is a case of disseminated candidiasis with stomach wall involvement. ...The second is a case of superficial invasion of Candida in a stitch ulcer. Systemic and local factors influence growth of Candida in the stomach....
Two cases of candidiasis occured in the stomach. The first is a case of disseminated candidiasis with stomach wall involvement …
Is there a role for psychology in ulcer disease?
Murison R. Integr Physiol Behav Sci 2001 - Review. PMID 11484998
The discovery of the importance of bacterial factors in the etiology of ulcer disease has led to a neglect of psychological factors. ...While not ignoring the unquestioned role of Helicobacter, it is important for future research to recognize the multi-factorial nature of ulcer disease by which several factors, including stress, bacteria and non-steroid antiinflammatory drugs, may interact to drive a pre-pathology (erosions or ulcerations) to a pathological state (ulcer). ...
The discovery of the importance of bacterial factors in the etiology of ulcer disease has led to a neglect of psychological fa …
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