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Peptic gastroduodenal pathology in chronic renal failure during hemodialysis


Clinica Terapeutica 110(4): 209-214
Peptic gastroduodenal pathology in chronic renal failure during hemodialysis
The clinical effect of the histamine H2-receptor blocking agent, ranitidine, was evaluated in patients with severe renal failure undergoing hemodialysis who at the same time developed symptoms of peptic gastroduodenal involvement. The study aimed at assessing drug action and the effect of dialysis on gastrin release; these patients had constantly high serum gastrin levels.


Accession: 006079505



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