The Functions of the Stomach in Relation to the Treatment of Peptic Ulcer *A Honyman Gillespie Lecture delivered in the Royal Infirmary on 18th January 1945.

Abstract

Until towards the end of last century peptic ulcer was somewhat of a rarity. Since then year by year its incidence has increased, so that it is now one of the commonest causes of prolonged disablement. But this great increase in frequency has been accompanied by no commensurate improvement in therapy. Indeed, the treatment of peptic ulcer now is not greatly… (More)

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