EDDY D. PALMER; DAVID P. BUCHANAN
It no longer appears necessary to initiate a discussion of peptic ulcer with a candid statement to the effect that nothing is known of its etiology. During the past few years a changing attitude toward ulcer genesis has been reflected in an increasing impatience with emphasis on gastric secretory activity, and with the many thousands of hours which have been spent on the study of secretory responses under various physiologic and pathologic conditions. Although resistance against assumed importance of the acid-peptic factor was expressed as early as the fifth
PALMER ED, BUCHANAN DP. ON THE ISCHEMIC BASIS OF "PEPTIC" ULCER. I. HISTORICAL DEFINITION OF PRESENT STATUS(ON THE ISCHEMIC BASIS OF "PEPTIC" ULCER. I. HISTORICAL DEFINITION OF PRESENT STATUS*). Ann Intern Med. 1953;38:1187–1205. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-38-6-1187
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