Protective effect of exogenous phospholipid on aspirin-induced gastric mucosal injury.

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The protective effects of exogenous phospholipid on aspirin-induced gastric mucosal injury were examined in a canine chamber model which provided two separate segments of mucosa supplied by a single vascular pedicle. In each dog, one segment was treated with a suspension of surface-active phospholipid, similar in composition to that normally present in the… (More)

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@article{Swarm1987ProtectiveEO, title={Protective effect of exogenous phospholipid on aspirin-induced gastric mucosal injury.}, author={Robert A Swarm and Stanley W. Ashley and David I. Soybel and Frederick S. Ordway and Larry Cheung}, journal={American journal of surgery}, year={1987}, volume={153 1}, pages={48-53} }