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Relationship of Helicobacter Pylori Infection and Serum Ferritin Level

  title={Relationship of Helicobacter Pylori Infection and Serum Ferritin Level},
  author={Khanda Abdulateef Anoar},
*Correspondence to: Khanda Abudlateef Anoar Lecturer, Department of Microbiology, School of medicine, University of Sulaimani, Iraq. khandaanwar@yahoo.com ABSTRACT Background: Helicobacter pylorus colonizes the stomachs of half of the world’s population and usually persists in the gastric mucosa of human hosts for decades of life. Although most H. pylori-positive people are asymptomatic, the presence of H. pylori is associated with increased risk for the development of peptic ulcer disease… 
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