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Risk Factors,Diagnosis, and Management of Peptic ulcer Disease

@inproceedings{Mustafa2015RiskFA,
  title={Risk Factors,Diagnosis, and Management of Peptic ulcer Disease},
  author={Murtaza Mustafa and Jayaram Menon and RK. Muiandy and R. Fredie and Alpay Fariz},
  year={2015}
}
For nearly 100 years, scientists and doctors thought that ulcers were caused by stress, spicy food, and alcohol. Treatment was bed rest and antacids, but in 1982 discovery of Helicobacter pylori confirmed its role in in gastric, duodenal ulcers and gastric cancer. Peptic ulcer disease (PUD) is the most common human ailment affecting nearly 50% of world population, with high mortality in gastric cancer. Gastric ulcer had male preponderance; duodenal ulcer was 10 times as common as in women. The… 
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