Gastric hypersecretion after antacid infusion into the small intestine

Brandt, Lawrence J.
January 1975
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jan1975, Vol. 63 Issue 1, p84
Academic Journal
Presents an abstract of a study on the gastric hypersecretion after antacid infusion into the small intestine. Benefits of antacids in treating peptic ulcer; Methods used in the study; Results of the study.


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