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Duodenal ulcer

Duodenal ulcer


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    • gastric ulcer
      • Hookworm (Ancylostoma).
        In digestive system disease: Ulcerative diseases

        In the Western world duodenal ulcer is much more common than gastric ulcer, occurs more often in men than in women, and is aggravated by stress. In Japan gastric ulcer is more common than duodenal ulcer and is thought to be related to the raw fish and acetic acid…

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    • peptic ulcer
      • In peptic ulcer

        The symptoms of gastric and duodenal ulcer are similar and include a gnawing, burning ache and hungerlike pain in the mid-upper abdomen, usually experienced from one to three hours after meals and several hours after retiring.

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