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Seasonal occurrence of abdominal pain and endoscopic findings in patients with gastric and duodenal ulcer disease.
Fifty patients with peptic ulcer disease were followed up to 1 to 5 years. Panendoscopy was repeated on the average of 5.6 times a year, also in patients who were actually well. The pattern ofExpand
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Some controversial problems in sweat gland function.
  • K. Gibiński
  • Chemistry, Medicine
  • Environmental research
  • 1 November 1971
Abstract Research in sweat gland function has been intensively undertaken in recent years by investigators in various fields of medical science, in different ways and under different experimentalExpand
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Double-blind clinical trial on gastroduodenal ulcer healing with prostaglandin E2 analogues.
Seventy-seven patients with gastroduodenal ulcer were treated with two methyl-prostaglandin E2 analogues, m-PGE2, in a double-blind clinical trial. Each of three groups was given 15 S-15 methyl PGE2Expand
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Methyl-prostaglandin E2 analogues for healing of gastro-duodenal ulcers.
117 patients were submitted to the randomized double-blind clinical trial. Methylated analogues of prostaglandin E2 administered orally markedly suppressed gastric acid secretion and--in comparisonExpand
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Transcutaneous inhibition of sweat gland function by atropine.
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Ranitidine in the treatment of acute upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage--a comparative study. Preliminary report.
50 patients with acute gastrointestinal bleeding (GIB) were randomly allocated to treatment with i.v. Ranitidine 50 mg b.d., or to a standard conservative therapy. When possible i.v. administrationExpand
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Step by step towards the natural history of peptic ulcer disease.
  • K. Gibiński
  • Medicine
  • Journal of clinical gastroenterology
  • 1 August 1983
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Ranitidine in the maintenance therapy of gastro-duodenal ulcer disease: Polish open multicentre study.
Our first stage 3-week trial (6) and second stage up to 6 weeks (7) showed that ranitidine provides the highest healing rate of 97% for duodenal and 95% for gastric ulcer. The study has been nowExpand
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