S N Wandja

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INTRODUCTION The causes of child morbidity in Africa, which are extremely varied, raise a series of aetiopathogenic questions related to socio economics, socio-politics culture, religion and medicine. Development and conclusions. The paper analyses the morbid particularities of malaria in African children, in which numerous (often poorly understood)(More)
Two hundred millilitres of an isotonic solution of CaCl2 (0,118 M) were injected and left 15 min in the stomach of normal subjects (SN1; n = 21), of patients with gastric ulcer (UG; n = 16), patients with duodenal ulcer (UD; n = 40), patients with normochlorhydric gastritis (G1; n = 13) and patients with hypo- or achlorhydric gastritis (G2; n = 7). Gastric(More)
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