Eisenstadt, H. B.; Alper, Abe; Weiler, Reginald B.; Stanton, Arnold; Rosenblum, Louis A.; Robinson, H. M.
July 1955
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jul1955, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p99
Academic Journal
Presents abstracts of several medical studies related to gastroenterology. "The Diagnostic Value of Pain in Nonpenetrating Abdominal Injuries"; "Intestinal Obstruction"; "Cardiospasm"; "The Treatment of Peptic Ulcer With Licorice Extract."


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