Reference / Health & Medicine / Mechanisms of Peptic Ulcer Healing (Falk Symposium) by F. Halter, A. Garner, G.N. Tytgat F. Halter, A. Garner, G.N. Tytgat                      Kluwer  Academic Publishers: 1990: hard cover in dust jacket: 318 pages including index. Contents: The principles of wound healing ; The metabolism of  intercellular matrix  materials in the gastic mucosa of human and  rat; The effect of age  of embryo on the sensitivity of the chick choriaollantoic  membrane to factors  affecting angiogenesis ; Blood flow and  ulceration  : localising mechanisms and ischaemic  pathogenesis: The role of  the inflammatory  response ; Actions of  eicosanoids : Adaption to non steroidal  anti inflammatory drug- induced gastroduodenal  damage in humans : Studies of morphology, histology and mucosal blood flow ; The roll of dietary  essential fatty acids and fish oils  in gastroduodenal  protection against injury ; Growth factors  and the stomach : Gastrin:   mucosal protection and ulcer healing ; Self organization of gastric mucosal cells in culture; Epidermal growth factors  and polyamines in healing of stress induced gastric ulceration  in rats ;  Role of  alkaline secretion in protection and repair; Regulation of intracellular ph;  Nanomolar doses of prostaglandins  after plasma volume and protect the rat gastric mucosa ; Intestinal  repair after damage; Duodenial  ulcerogens :  effect of FGF on  cysteamine -induced duodenal ulcer; Effects of ornopostil  on the healing of acetic  acid- induced gastric ulcers in rats ; The abscopal  model of chronic duodenal ulcer ; Role of angiogenesis in healing of experimental  gastric ulcer: Pathophysiology of peptic ulcer:  role  of acid in ulcerogenesis   and healing ; Pepsin in the pathogenesis of peptic ulceration ; The role of gastroduodenal  motor activity in peptic  ulceration; Factors  other than inhibition  of acidity   which are involved in  ulcer healing ; Antisecretory  verses protective drugs: Epidermal growth factor (EGF/URO)  induces expression of regularity  peptides in the damage to human gastrointestinal tissues ;Factors influencing peptic ulcer  healing ; Healing  characteristics : Comparison of gastric and duodenal ulcers ; Is the recurrence rate  of peptic  ulcer  elevated when the treatment of the acute phase is too short ?; Acid secretory changes and early relapse following duodenal  healing with sucralfate,   ranitidine   antacids  or  omeprazole; Helicobacter  pylori and duodenal ulcer disease ; Peptic ulcer therapy in the twenty first century ; Present status of research and out look for the future:  what did we accomplish?.   Condition: ownership inscription: very clean and good overall                                                           used books
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  • Book Title: Mechanisms of Peptic Ulcer Healing (Falk Symposium)
  • Author: F. Halter, A. Garner, G.N. Tytgat
  • ISBN: 0792389557
  • Publisher: Kluwer Academic Publis
  • Year Published: 1990
  • Our Normal Price: £55.00 GBP ($70.40 USD)
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  • Description: Kluwer Academic Publishers: 1990: hard cover in dust jacket: 318 pages including index. Contents: The principles of wound healing ; The metabolism of intercellular matrix materials in the gastic mucosa of human and rat; The effect of age of embryo on the sensitivity of the chick choriaollantoic membrane to factors affecting angiogenesis ; Blood flow and ulceration : localising mechanisms and ischaemic pathogenesis: The role of the inflammatory response ; Actions of eicosanoids : Adaption to non steroidal anti inflammatory drug- induced gastroduodenal damage in humans : Studies of morphology, histology and mucosal blood flow ; The roll of dietary essential fatty acids and fish oils in gastroduodenal protection against injury ; Growth factors and the stomach : Gastrin: mucosal protection and ulcer healing ; Self organization of gastric mucosal cells in culture; Epidermal growth factors and polyamines in healing of stress induced gastric ulceration in rats ; Role of alkaline secretion in protection and repair; Regulation of intracellular ph; Nanomolar doses of prostaglandins after plasma volume and protect the rat gastric mucosa ; Intestinal repair after damage; Duodenial ulcerogens : effect of FGF on cysteamine -induced duodenal ulcer; Effects of ornopostil on the healing of acetic acid- induced gastric ulcers in rats ; The abscopal model of chronic duodenal ulcer ; Role of angiogenesis in healing of experimental gastric ulcer: Pathophysiology of peptic ulcer: role of acid in ulcerogenesis and healing ; Pepsin in the pathogenesis of peptic ulceration ; The role of gastroduodenal motor activity in peptic ulceration; Factors other than inhibition of acidity which are involved in ulcer healing ; Antisecretory verses protective drugs: Epidermal growth factor (EGF/URO) induces expression of regularity peptides in the damage to human gastrointestinal tissues ;Factors influencing peptic ulcer healing ; Healing characteristics : Comparison of gastric and duodenal ulcers ; Is the recurrence rate of peptic ulcer elevated when the treatment of the acute phase is too short ?; Acid secretory changes and early relapse following duodenal healing with sucralfate, ranitidine antacids or omeprazole; Helicobacter pylori and duodenal ulcer disease ; Peptic ulcer therapy in the twenty first century ; Present status of research and out look for the future: what did we accomplish?. Condition: ownership inscription: very clean and good overall
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