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Clinical and pathological associations of argyrophil cell hyperplasias of the gastric mucosa.

@article{Bordi1984ClinicalAP,
  title={Clinical and pathological associations of argyrophil cell hyperplasias of the gastric mucosa.},
  author={Cesare Bordi and A. M. Bertel{\`e} and M C Davighi and Francesco Paolo Pilato and Giuseppe Carfagna and G. Missale},
  journal={Applied pathology},
  year={1984},
  volume={2 5},
  pages={
          282-91
        }
}
A consecutive series of 357 endoscopic gastric biopsies was investigated after staining of histological sections with the Grimelius silver method. Argyrophil cells were classified according to the type of mucosa (fundic, antropyloric or intestinalized) in which they were located. Cases of argyrophil cell hyperplasia detectable on a qualitative basis were selected and their associations with various gastroduodenal disorders of the patients as well as with functional and pathological findings of… 
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