J N MacCaig

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Carbenoxolone sodium has been shown to cause significant healing of benign gastric ulcers in three short-term, double-blind clinical trials restricted to ambulant outpatients (Doll, Hill, Hutton, and Underwood, 1962; Doll, Hill, and Hutton, 1965; Doll, Langman, and Shawdon, 1968). The degree of healing in the treated groups was similar to that obtained with(More)
Acute haemorrhage from the upper alimentary tract is a common cause of emergency admission to hospital, and in about 80% of these patients the condition causing the bleeding will be an acute haemorrhagic gastritis or a chronic gastric or duodenal ulcer. The diagnosis in this group ofpatients will be confirmed by early endoscopic examination in about 90% of(More)
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