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Synonyms for ulcer

Synonyms for ulcer

a circumscribed inflammatory and often suppurating lesion on the skin or an internal mucous surface resulting in necrosis of tissue

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Results of conservative treatment for perforated gastroduodenal ulcers in patients not eligible for surgical repair.
13,14 Considering the role of this bacterium in some frequent gastrointestinal disorders (such as gastroduodenal ulcer disease) and gastric malignancies, determination of antibiotic resistance to H.
The incidence of endoscopically determined gastroduodenal ulcers among patients taking celecoxib was similar to that with placebo (approximately 4%) and was significantly lower than that observed with naproxen (26%).
An antibody test would be appropriate for a previously untreated patient with a documented history of gastroduodenal ulcer disease and unknown H.
Gastroduodenal ulcer protective activity of Asparagus racemosus: an experimental, biochemical and histological study.
pylori infection has become critical in the management of patients with gastroduodenal ulcer disease.
The causes of gastrointestinal bleeding in children are difficult to distinguish and include Meckel's diverticulum, intussusception, gastroduodenal ulcer and, rarely, an intestinal duplication cyst, which is a congenital anomaly that can occur anywhere in the gastrointestinal tract.
Suanes C et al: A multifactorial analysis of factors related to lethality after treatment of perforated gastroduodenal ulcer.
One of the major problems in gastroduodenal ulcer disease is that although the healing rate with [H.
Ripin V et al in 1999 showed that surgical treatment of perforated gastroduodenal ulcer sowed excellent results (95.
001 versus ibuprofen 2400 mg ** Results of analyses using a (greater than or equal to) 5mm gastroduodenal ulcer endpoint were consistent.
6%) developed a gastroduodenal ulcer, compared with 27 patients (5.
001 versus ibuprofen 2400 mg ** Results of analyses using a (>=) 5mm gastroduodenal ulcer endpoint were consistent.
Use of low-dose aspirin increased the rate of clinically significant upper GI events (symptomatic gastroduodenal ulcer, upper GI bleeding, or perforation) in both groups; there was no difference in the rate of events between aspirin users in the groups.