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Familial pattern in peptic ulcer


, : Familial pattern in peptic ulcer. Med Ann Dist Columbia 21(1): 23-24

Authors report family where the father, 3 sons, and 1 daughter were involved. Another son and daughter, the youngest members of the family, have no known gastrointestinal dysfunction. Review of literature revealed no substantial evidence to-support either environmental or hereditary theory.

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