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Ulcus-Therapie pp 312-326 | Cite as

Indikationsstellung zur operativen Therapie des unkomplizierten Ulcus duodeni

  • G. E. Feurle
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Part of the Interdisziplinäre Gastroenterologie book series (GASTROENTEROLOG)

Zusammenfassung

Ein unkompliziertes Ulcus ist ein Ulcus ohne Blutung, Penetration, Perforation oder Stenosebildung. Davon abzugrenzen ist das atypische Ulcus. In diesem Kapitel sind darunter das sogenannte Duodenitis-Syndrom, das asymptomatische Ulcus, das Duodenalulcus mit atypischen Beschwerden und das Ulcus ad pylorum zusammengefaßt.

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