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The pylorus and two-thirds of the duodenal mucous membrane were much inflamed and the orifice of the bile-duct closed.
The careworn face with lines about the mouth and forehead is one of the plainest signs of duodenal defect.
We have seen nothing to substantiate the belief that duodenal ulcers are liable to perforate during the third period.
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Also, the morbid complexus of catarrh of the bile-ducts includes the symptoms of duodenal and gastro-duodenal catarrh.
Avoid mistaking gastric or duodenal ulcer, with or without perforation, for the effects of a corrosive poison.
It is stated to be very serviceable in cases of duodenal indigestion and chronic constipation.
Figs. 188 and 189 show the normal arrangement of the duodenal openings of the biliary and pancreatic ducts.
A great surgeon tells me he has no doubt that Carlyle suffered all his life from a duodenal ulcer.
The next most likely point is the duodenal end of the common duct.
Acid fermentation in the course of duodenal digestion should be prevented by withholding the starches and sugars.

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