TREATMENT OF GASTRIC AND DUODENAL ULCER

G. G. Gillon
1930 BMJ (Clinical Research Edition)  
careful attention to the principles of psvcho-diagnlosis would result in a definite conclusion being reached at a single initerview. The confirmation of this by a psychiatrist would entail less expense both to the hospitwl aiid to the private patient than x-ray and laboratoiv investigation. At the risk of incutrring the disasters that mav follow ulpon skating over very thin ice, ma I venituire to add that this is one of those cases wihei e the physician and suLrgeon are apt to differ in their
more » ... o differ in their outlook? The latter is mainlv interested in the possibility of the relief of
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