Chronic peritonitis is a rare complication of gastric ulcer (Moore, Vierordt).
The King of Sweden underwent a successful operation for gastric ulcer.
Gastric cancer much less frequently than gastric ulcer causes perforation of the stomach.
How often gastric ulcer ends in death it is impossible to say.
In general, the indications are similar to those in gastric ulcer.
Most of these cases were examples of perforation of gastric ulcer.
It is useful in haemorrhage from a gastric ulcer or in haemorrhage from the intestine.
But only isolated and curious observations of gastric ulcer are recorded up to near the end of the eighteenth century.
In most cases of gastric ulcer localized epigastric pain and diffuse gastralgic paroxysms are combined.
Two months afterward he died suddenly from perforation of a gastric ulcer.
gastric ulcer n.
An ulcer in the mucous membrane of the stomach.