David Y. Graham, Robert M. Genta, Michael F. Dixon
Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, 1999 - Medical - 257 pages
Comprehensive and authoritative, this text presents the pathology, physiology and clinical aspects of the disease. The most current research and theory regarding Helicobacter pylori and its link to gastritis, peptic ulcer, carcinoma and lymphoma are examined in rich detail, providing the most thorough coverage offered on the topic. The most renowned experts from around the world offer a unique perspective and reliable guidance, making this a must-have reference.
Normal Anatomy and Histology
Normal Function of the Stomach
Donald A Antonioli M D Professor Department of Pathology Harvard Medical School
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