Gastritis

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CRC Press, Oct 5, 1992 - Medical - 240 pages
Gastritis presents a thorough review of current concepts in gastric inflammation. The book includes reviews of basic scientific research on the cell biology and pathophysiology of gastric inflammation. Results of up-to-date clinical research are considered within the context of basic science information. The book also considers inflammatory problems through the electron microscope and the endoscope. Inflammatory mediators, neutrophils, and other causes of stomach inflammation are only a few of the subjects covered in this superb reference volume for gastroenterologists and scientists studying gastric pathophysiology.
 

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Contents

Chapter
1
Chapter 2
25
Chapter 3
47
Aspirin and Gastric Mucosal Injury
61
Chapter 5
81
Chapter 6
109
Stress Ulcer Syndrome
133
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