[Typological peculiarities of giant gastric ulcer].


Of 1441 patients operated on, the giant gastric ulcer was revealed in 16.6%. It is characterized by polymorphism: several ulcers were revealed in 7.6%, coexistent gastric and duodenal ulcer--in 19.8% and, in contradistinction to genuine gastric ulcer (I type--according to Johnson), by high frequency of such complications as hemorrhage (in 44.1% of… (More)


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