perforated ulcer


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perforated ulcer

[ˈpɜːfəˌreɪtɪdˈʌlsəʳ] n (Med) → ulcera perforata
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He was said to be days from death in August when he was treated for a perforated ulcer.
In August the recovering alcoholic suffered a perforated ulcer and was admitted to hospital.
A bleeding or perforated ulcer is an emergency requiring urgent admission
He has suffered a heart attack and a perforated ulcer in the last two years.
Dr Stringfellow added: "On the one day that there were plenty of thunderclouds in the area, we had to call off our study when one of the team collapsed with a perforated ulcer.
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.
Prior Pursglove student Lauren, 19, did well in her A-level exams despite spending almost six months in hospital with a perforated ulcer.
This is a perforated ulcer and will need urgent surgery to treat it.
Smith is known to have suffered from chronic gout, and developed an addiction to painkillers that led to him being hospitalised with a perforated ulcer in 1999.