New Pharmacology of Ulcer Disease: Experimental and New Therapeutic Approaches

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Sandor Szabo, Gyula Mózsik
Elsevier, Jan 1, 1987 - Peptic ulcer - 579 pages
New Pharmacology of Ulcer Disease presents a much-needed overview of pharmacological research relating to the etiology and pathophysiology of ulcer disease. Discussed are new drugs or groups of compounds in development, bridging the gap between ulcer research and clinical pharmacology. With an emphasis on key developments in ulcer pharmacology, this volume helps to clarify and illuminate the complex pathophysiology of ulcer disease.

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