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oa South African Medical Journal - Peptic oesophagitis and ulceration*

Volume 26, Issue 51
  • ISSN : 0256-9574

 

Abstract

I. Eight cases of peptic oesophagitis and peptic ulceration in the oesophagus are reported. 2. The aetiology of peptic oesophagitis and the possible mechanisms in its development are considered. 3. The clinical features of peptic oesophagitis and peptic ulcer of the oesophagus are discussed. 4. The radiological features are descriptionbed and the possible relationship of tertiary spasm to peptic oesophagitis is considered. 5. The radiological differential diagnosis of peptic oesophagitis is indicated.

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1952-12-01
2017-04-25

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