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Incidence of Campylobacter pylori in Patients with Gastritis and Peptic Ulcer Disease in Various Countries

  • B. J. Rathbone
  • J. I. Wyatt
  • R. V. Heatley
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Abstract

The organism that we now know as Campylobacter pylori was first isolated in 1982 by Marshall et al. [1] in Australia. The organism had, however, been intermittently noted on gastric epithelium by a variety of investigators in several countries since the turn of the century.

Keywords

Duodenal Ulcer Gastric Ulcer Chronic Gastritis Gastric Epithelium Public Health Laboratory 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • B. J. Rathbone
  • J. I. Wyatt
  • R. V. Heatley

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