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Ulcusforschung: Bestandsaufnahme, Perspektiven

  • E. C. Jehle
  • H. D. Becker

Zusammenfassung

In den vergangenen Jahrzehnten bis zum Ende der 70er Jahre hatte die Chirurgie einen bedeutenden Anteil an der Ulcustherapie, und Patienten mit Magen- und Duodenalulcera stellten einen hohen Prozentsatz am abdominalchirurgischen Krankengut dar. Dementsprechend beschäftigte sich bis in die 80er Jahre hinein ein großer Teil der chirurgischen Forschung mit der Pathophysiologie der Ulcuskrankheit, vor allem aber mit der Effizienz, der Sicherheit und den Langzeitfolgen verschiedener resezierender und nicht-resezierender chirurgischer Therapieformen.

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  • E. C. Jehle
  • H. D. Becker

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