History in Gastroenterology
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1 From the“hungry acid” to pepsinogen: a journey through time in quest for the stomach’s secretion
Kousoulis, Antonis A.; History of Medicine Department, Medical School, University of Athens, Greece ...
The stomach’s secretion has been a mystery for centuries. Even after the first indications of its function and role appeared, every formulated idea on the nature of the gastric liquid remained open to...
2012-04-11
2 Georges-Paul Dieulafoy (1839-1911) and the first description of“exulceratio simplex”
Karamanou, Marianna Fiska, Aliki Demetriou, Thespis Androutsos, George,
Professor Georges Dieulafoy is considered to be an outstanding clinician who played a leadingrole in medicine during the 19th century. He invented the well-known Dieulafoy aspirator, hedescribed a tri...
2011-08-01
3 Imperforate anus and perianal fistula in Ancient Greek medical writings
Tsoukalas, Greogory Gentimi, Fotini Kousoulis, Antonis A. Karamanou, Marianna Androutsos, George,
Anorectal malformations remain a challenging topic in pediatric surgery, known since antiquity.In our paper we expose the main descriptions and therapeutic approaches of imperforateanus and perianal f...
2012-06-26
4 Mary Mallon (1869-1938) and the history of typhoid fever
Marineli, Filio Tsoucalas, Gregory Karamanou, Marianna Androutsos, George,
Mary Mallon was born in 1869 in Ireland and emigrated to the US in 1884. She had worked in a variety of domestic positions for wealthy families prior to settling into her career as a cook. As a health...
2013-04-01
5 The eminent German pathologist Siegfried Oberndorfer (1876-1944) and his landmark work on carcinoid tumors
Tsoucalas, Gregory Karamanou, Marianna Androutsos, George,
Siegfried Oberndorfer has a distinct place in the Pantheon of pathology as a century ago he described a new neoplastic entity in small bowel and coined first the term“carcinoid”. His research stands a...
2011-05-25