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Acute perforation of ulcer

Acute perforation of ulcer is one of the serious complications of ulcer. In all patients with ulcer disease, acute perforation accounts for about 10 ~ 15%. The majority of ulcer perforation is duodenal ulcer perforation. The ratio of perforation to gastric ulcer was 15:1. Acute perforation of ulcer disease has rapid onset and rapid change. If it is not treated in time, it can be life-threatening due to peritonitis.


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