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1978

Troidl, H. and Rohde, H. and Lorenz, Wilfried and Häfner, G. and Hamelmann, H. (1978) Effect of selective gastric vagotomy on histamine concentration in gastric mucosa of patients with duodenal ulcer. The British journal of surgery 65 (1), pp. 10-16.
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1976

Troidl, H. and Lorenz, Wilfried and Rohde, H. and Häfner, G. and Ronzheimer, M. (1976) Histamine and peptic ulcer: a prospective study of mucosal histamine concentration in duodenal ulcer patients and in control subjects suffering from various gastrointestinal diseases. Klinische Wochenschrift 54 (19), pp. 947-956.
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1975

Tauber, R. and Maroske, D. and Schulte-Holthausen, H. and Dormann, P. and Schmal, A. and Häfner, G. and Lorenz, Wilfried (1975) Storage of histamine in the blood following liberation from liver and antrum through trypsin: protective mechanism or a factor promoting pancreatic shock (transl.). Langenbecks Archiv für Chirurgie Suppl, pp. 213-216. Fulltext not available.

1974

Lorenz, Wilfried and Seidel, W. and Doenicke, A. and Tauber, R. and Reimann, H. J. and Uhlig, R. and Mann, G. and Dormann, P. and Schmal, A. and Häfner, G. and Hamelmann, H. (1974) Elevated plasma histamine concentrations in surgery: causes and clinical significance. Klinische Wochenschrift 52 (9), pp. 419-425.
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Troidl, H. and Lorenz, Wilfried and Rohde, H. and Häfner, G. and Ronzheimer, M. and Seidel, W. (1974) Proceedings: Histamine concentration in the human gastric mucosa and its relation to pentagastrin-stimulated acid secretion. The British journal of surgery 61 (4), p. 323. Fulltext not available.

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