Incidence of peptic ulcer in the Zambian African - a radiological study.
Umerah, B C
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Five hundred and sixty-eight (568) consecutive barium meal examinations have been studied. 152 showed peptic ulcer. There were 146 duodenal and six gastric ulcers. Eight were post-bulbar ulcers, and multiple ulcers were seen in only 4. Clinically, none had pancreatic adenoma. The ratio of male to female was as follows:- referral 4.7 to 1.0; of those who had peptic ulcer, 4.1. The incidence of peptic ulcer was equally distributed in all social classes.
CitationMedical Journal of Zambia [1978, 12(5):117-118]
Department of Conservative and Prosthetic Dentistry
- Faculty of Health Sciences (FHS)