Rossett, N. E.
July 1956
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jul1956, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p64
Academic Journal
Presents the results of the free achlorhydria with ambulatory patients and levorotary hyscyamine as the anticholinergic agent. Selection of patients with radiographically verified duodenal deformity, niche, or both and gastric niche seen in private practice; Responses of patients to different treatment regimens; Demonstrations that all uncomplicated peptic ulcerations can be healed in the hospitalized patient.


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