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Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
Peptic ulcer drugs and pharmcotherapy - drdhriti
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  • Infection with Helicobacter pylori , a short, spiral-shaped, microaerophilic gram-negative bacillus, is the leading cause of PUD and is associated with virtually all ulcers not induced by NSAIDs. H pylori colonize the deep layers of the mucosal gel that coats the gastric mucosa and presumably disrupts its protective properties. H pylori is thought to infect virtually all patients with chronic active gastritis.
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