In recent years medical literature has been rich with reports of studies of the gastric secretion, dealing with the physiological as well as with the clinical viewpoint. These studies have not been confined to the diseases of the stomach but have included many diseases in which the stomach had not been recognized previously as playing such an important part. The diagnostic survey of any severe anemia of obscure nature has come to demand a study of the gastric juice. In any chronic gall bladder or intestinal disorder the secretory and motor response of the stomach has become of interest in
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GASTRIC PHYSIOLOGY AND CLINICAL MEDICINE. Ann Intern Med. 1932;6:703–704. doi: 10.7326/0003-4819-6-5-703
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