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- 1.1. The surgical treatment of complicated duodenal ulcer is outlined.
- 2.2. The dangers of radical gastroduodenal resection carried beyond an involved duodenal ulcer are emphasized.
- 3.3. A plea for subtotal gastrectomy of the Finsterer type is made.
- 4.4. A conservative modified subtotal prepyloric gastrectomy is briefly described. The details of handling the pyloric stump and its mucosa are given.
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Received: February 12, 1938
© 1938 Published by Elsevier Inc.