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Gastric mucosa under the dissecting microscope

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I should like to thank Professor L. J. Witts, for the facilities made available to me; Dr. S. C. Truelove, for his encouragement and constant constructive criticism; Dr. W. C. D. Richards and his colleagues for histologic reports; Drs. S. Callender, J. Badenoch, D. Acheson, and T. Ryan, for permission to examine patients under their care; and Drs. A. Wangel, and K. Schiller, for permission to examine some of their gastric biopsies and for their cooperation and assistance in obtaining the results of investigations performed on their patients.

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Salem, S.N. Gastric mucosa under the dissecting microscope. Digest Dis Sci 10, 705–709 (1965). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF02236070

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  • Gastric Mucosa