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1968 15
1969 22
1970 31
1971 26
1972 36
1973 35
1974 63
1975 48
1976 50
1977 46
1978 29
1979 41
1980 39
1981 31
1982 38
1983 43
1984 48
1985 57
1986 47
1987 51
1988 53
1989 64
1990 58
1991 60
1992 52
1993 56
1994 52
1995 50
1996 45
1997 41
1998 54
1999 34
2000 33
2001 37
2002 31
2003 28
2004 25
2005 40
2006 18
2007 26
2008 14
2009 25
2010 13
2011 16
2012 18
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2018 4
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Gastric ulcer.
Herrington JL and Sawyers JL. Curr Probl Surg 1987 - Review. PMID 3319433
[Diagnosis and therapy of stomach ulcer].
Halter F. Schweiz Med Wochenschr 1989 - Review. PMID 2667120 German.
The patient suffering from gastric ulcer disease needs more attention than one suffering from duodenal ulcer disease, especially regarding the necessity of endoscopic bioptic control of healing, which is vital to ensure that malignancy is not missed. Greater patience is also necessary during therapy, since a gastric ulcer is generally larger than a duodenal ulcer and more time is thus necessary for complete healing. ...
The patient suffering from gastric ulcer disease needs more attention than one suffering from duodenal ulcer disease, especial …
Prostaglandins in the stomach: an update.
Arakawa T, et al. J Clin Gastroenterol 1998 - Review. PMID 9872492
Prostaglandins (PGs) are responsible for regulation of various physiologic activities in many tissues and organs, including the stomach. ...PG deficiency and H. pylori may worsen the quality of ulcer healing in terms of inflammatory responses, which are related to future ulcer recurrence. ...
Prostaglandins (PGs) are responsible for regulation of various physiologic activities in many tissues and organs, including the stomach
Gastric ulcer and stomach aging: pathophysiology and clinical implications.
Farinati F, et al. Gerontology 1988. PMID 3220264
138 consecutive patients with endoscopically and histologically confirmed benign gastric ulcer were investigated in order to evaluate the relationship between aging and parameters relating to gastric ulcer pathophysiology and natural history: prevalence in dyspeptic patients referred to an endoscopic unit, recurrences, gastric acid secretory capacity, peptic activity, incidence of precancerous and neoplastic changes. ...These observations confirm that elderly and middle-aged gastric ulcer patients should undergo routine follow-up, and that pathophysiological data should be taken into account before deciding upon antiulcer therapy....
138 consecutive patients with endoscopically and histologically confirmed benign gastric ulcer were investigated in order to evaluate …
Endoscopy and gastric ulcers
Moayyedi P and Axon AT. Endoscopy 1995 - Review. PMID 8903984
The stomach as a system and the pathogenesis of experimental ulcer.
Livingston EH. Med Hypotheses 1993. PMID 8231998
The stomach is prone to ulceration because of the hostile environment that exists within its lumen. The most important etiologic factor remains a topic of debate. We have considered the stomach as a system to lend insight into which pathophysiologic mechanisms might be most important. Systems are described by their content, hierarchy, entropy and interactions. ...
The stomach is prone to ulceration because of the hostile environment that exists within its lumen. The most important etiologic fact …
The neurobiology of stress ulcers
Glavin GB, et al. Brain Res Brain Res Rev 1991 - Review. PMID 1790434
Recent advances in the use of anxiolytic and antidepressant drugs in the management of stress-related gastric mucosal injury further supports the contention that a brain-gut axis, which may have nervous, peptidergic and classic monoaminergic components, modulates the intricate and complicated pattern of communication between the brain and the stomach. ...
Recent advances in the use of anxiolytic and antidepressant drugs in the management of stress-related gastric mucosal injury further support …
Animal models of disease
McCabe PM, et al. Physiol Behav 2000 - Review. PMID 10713290
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