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A Clinical and Statistical Study of the Effect of Gastrojejunostomy on Human Gastric Secretion
  1. H. I. Tankel,
  2. I. E. Gillespie,
  3. D. H. Clark,
  4. A. W. Kay,
  5. J. McArthur


    By a statistical study using the Kay augmented histamine test it has been shown that performing a gastrojejunostomy has no fundamental effect on gastric secretion and that the post-operative differences are due entirely to reflux and/or loss through the stoma.

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