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Herniated disc is also known as “herniated or prolapsed disc.” This affliction consists of a ruptured vertebral disc that, upon opening, causes disc material to leak out and compress the

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Hip reparative surgery

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Tonsillitis: how to treat it

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Bronchiectasis

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Hypertensive emergency: what to do?

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Sjogren’s syndrome

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Peptic ulcer: what is it?

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Peptic ulcer is a disease of considerable social importance. Current data show that in Western countries, 2% of the population has an active ulcer, while 6-15% have presented clinical manifestations consistent with the presence of a gastric or duodenal ulcer during their lifetime. Men are affected more frequently than women, with a ratio of 3:1. Duodenal localization is the most common, except in Japanese statistics, where gastric ulcer prevails. Five to 15 percent of patients have gastric and duodenal ulcers at the same time.

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