145 MCQs in Pathology

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Peptic ulcers:


  1. are most commonly found in the gastric antrum where H. pylori infection is most frequent
  2. are most commonly found in the duodenum where H. pylori infection is most frequently identified on endoscopic biopsies
  3. are most commonly found in the duodenum, while H. pylori infection (associated with peptic ulcers) is most frequently identified in the gastric antrum
  4. are most commonly found in the gastric body and fundus, while H. pylori infection is most frequently identified in the gastric antrum
  5. are never found outside the stomach and the duodenum, just as H. pylori is never found outside of the stomach
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Anonymous said...
6/16/2009 10:49 pm

So that makes the answer B right?

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