GROWTH AND EFFICIENCY OF HOSPITALS

H. B. HOWARD
1913 Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA)  
fewer symptoms than arc ordinarily manifested.by gastritis patients. 5. In severe, acute, gastric hemorrhage in a patient with achylia gástrica, abnormal mucous production and normal or increased gastric motility, polyposis is more than probable. (i. [nvagination.of the pylorus by a polyp could hardly be mistaken for any other condition, after one has experienced the peculiar palpatory findings described in this case. 7. The etiology, of course, is very obscure, but it would seem probable that
more » ... seem probable that syphilitic gastritis was here the underlying cause.
doi:10.1001/jama.1913.04350230019007 fatcat:iknjt76gnfekfetbxair5ei2um