perforated ulcer


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per·fo·rat·ed ul·cer

an ulcer extending through the wall of an organ.

per·fo·rat·ed ul·cer

(pĕr'fŏr-āt-ĕd ŭl'sĕr)
An ulcer extending through the wall of an organ.
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First thing to do if it is not a perforated ulcer, is to change your lifestyle.
I know my haemorrhagic pancreatitis from my perforated ulcer - hell, I bet I could even operate on someone.
One of the errors saw Colin Perriam, 66, of Cardiff, collapse and later die of a perforated ulcer in December 2004.
Hess's son had earlier stated that the so-called suicide note refers to a period in 1969 when Hess had a perforated ulcer in the duodenum and feared he could die.
Joyce, who is considered one of Ireland and the world's great writers, died in Zurich aged 58 from peritonitis brought on by a perforated ulcer.
2) This clinical diagnostic dilemma often yields variable presumptive diagnoses, including, but not limited to, perforated ulcer, appendicitis, and colonic diverticulitis.
During his recent 40th birthday celebrations in his native Gateshead, Gascoigne collapsed and was rushed to hospital for an emergency operation on a perforated ulcer.
Gazza, who was set to have an operation for a perforated ulcer, was spotted leaving a pub in Oxfordshire just days after the surgery.
Troubled football hero Paul Gascoigne today denied reports that he was drinking just days after his operation for a perforated ulcer.
After a prolonged stay secondary to his perforated ulcer, MP was discharged to his home.
The 55-year-old has been suffering from an illness originally thought to have been a perforated ulcer but now confirmed as pancreatis.
About three weeks before we were due to fly out I got a perforated ulcer and was rushed into hospital.