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Kinetics of ulcer healing

, : Kinetics of ulcer healing. Gastroenterologia 89(3-4): 160-165

During a certain phase in the healing of ulcers the roentgenological appearance of the niche surface recedes in such a way that the logarithms of the area are linear in relation to time. From this simple relation can be calculated the ulcer healing constant, a measure of the specific speed of healing. As a reciprocal expression, one can establish graphically the half-way healing of the ulcer. Both values are suitable to objective therapeutic assessment.


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