perforated ulcer


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perforated ulcer

[ˈpɜːfəˌreɪtɪdˈʌlsəʳ] n (Med) → ulcera perforata
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Preliminary findings from an autopsy performed Wednesday found evidence of a perforated ulcer, the release said.
The cause of death was a perforated ulcer and peritonitis, although she had struggled with drug addiction.
Stay alert for symptoms that may suggest a perforated ulcer (an ulcer that has caused a hole in the stomach or duodenal wall):
7, 8] This study indicates that patients with perforated ulcer were infected with H.
His movie The Son Of The Sheik, one of Hollywood's first film sequels, was about to be released when he became ill and underwent surgery in New York City for a perforated ulcer.
His movie The Son Of The Sheik, one of Hollywood's first film sequels, and was about to be released when he became ill and underwent surgery in New York City for a perforated ulcer.
Norma Jeane Mortenson, better known as Hollywood film star Marilyn Monroe was also born in 1926 and there was a mass outpouring of grief from fans when Italian-born screen heart-throb Rudolph Valentino suddenly died at the age of 31 from a perforated ulcer.
A logical solution to the perforated ulcer controversy.
She also was hospitalized in November 2008, when she underwent surgery for a perforated ulcer.
A flat anterior chamber or protrusion of the iris usually signifies a perforated ulcer thus warranting emergency
Months earlier, he'd sat with Carol while she recovered from a perforated ulcer and, later, a stroke.