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Peterson, Walter L.; Harford, William V.; Rogers, Arvey; Brandt, Lawrence
June 1991
American Journal of Gastroenterology;Jun1991, Vol. 86 Issue 6, p671
Academic Journal
Focuses on the reduction of gastric acidity in the treatment of diseases. Dose-response between the effect of antisecretory agents on gastric acidity and the healing of peptic ulcers; Use of omeprazole as first-line antisecretory therapy for peptic ulcer disease; Progress in the treatment of peptic esophagitis.


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