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One producer named his ulcers “Myron,” Wallace’s birth name.
Except in gastric ulcer, the danger lies in the retching produced, and the tube can safely be used if the patient takes it easily.
When found in the fluid removed after a test-meal, it commonly points toward ulcer or carcinoma.
Recognition of occult hemorrhage has its greatest value in diagnosis of gastric cancer and ulcer.
And among others, Sir J. Denham he told me he had cured, after it was come to an ulcer all over his face, to a miracle.
It chanced one day, when he was fifteen, he went into the woods, and the ulcer pained him.
He was a grave lad; he had no mind to dance himself; he wore his fetter manfully, and tended his ulcer without complaint.
Then he looked at them nearly; and there was a new ulcer on the left ankle, and the old one on the right was not yet healed.
Towards daylight a violent coughing fit ensued, during which an ulcer was broken, and she knew that she was dying.
THE ENGLISH ORPHANSMARY JANE HOLMES
He was suffering from a scrofulous ulcer in the neck, and it was a hideous disfigurement.
MY NEW CURATEP.A. SHEEHAN

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