Robert J. Lindeman

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With the understanding of the role of H. pylori in causing peptic ulcer disease (PUD) and the development of potent gastric antisecretory drugs, the number of patients undergoing gastric acid-reducing surgery (vagotomy and drainage procedure, Billroth I and II resections) is decreasing rapidly (1). One of the welcome results of this decrease is that(More)
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