Peptic Ulcer Disease

  • Jack Pickleman


Which of the following complications of chronic duodenal ulcer represents an absolute indication for operation?
  1. A.


  2. B.


  3. C.


  4. D.


  5. E.

    None of the above.



Duodenal Ulcer Peptic Ulcer Disease Subtotal Gastrectomy Gastric Outlet Obstruction Perforated Duodenal Ulcer 
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  • Jack Pickleman
    • 1
  1. 1.Loyola University Stritch School of MedicineMaywoodUSA

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