Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona on May 15, 1967 · Page 32
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Tucson Daily Citizen from Tucson, Arizona · Page 32

Tucson, Arizona
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Monday, May 15, 1967
Page 32
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f AGE 32 T U C S O N D A I L Y C I T I Z E N MONDAY, MAY 15, l?67 Alvtirez Dr. Writer of the ftkjw eaeritas pnfm* cibe of the M»y» TREATMENT OF A DUODENAL ULCER As many peopltVjaww, most stomach ulcers ari". bot in the stomach; they are to the duodenum (a 12 inch §*gm«nt of small bowel just beyond the stomach). We have no idea why go many ulcers form there. As I have said h«r» before, I rarely let any patient of mine with an ulcer have an operation for it. Why? Because in my half century of talking to men with ulcers (there are perhaps 4 men to 1 woman with an ulcer), I have been greatly impressed with the fact that usually the ulcer comes with some nervous strain, or anxiety, and the pain stops the day the strain lets up. I could tell here a hundred stories to illustrate this. A few hundred times a man with a very painful ulcer, who came to me from a far distant city, has said, "You know, Doctor, for months I walked the floor every night with pain, and then, the day I left my office to take a plane and came to see you, I was perfectly com fortable, and I have been com fortable ever since." What i sad is that a man like that when he gets back to his des! and faces a number of difficul decisions, can get his pain right back. Perhaps the most instructive case I ever had was that of the owner of a big factory who came some 500 miles to the Mayo Clin; ic to see me. He said that every night for weeks he had been .- walking the floor with the severe pain of a bad ulcer. When I asked him what had gone wrong with his business, he said that he had a nasty strike on his hands, and he had been terribly upset over that. Because he was so ill, I sent him to a hospital. But soon the . manager telephoned to say that the man was so irritable that he 'had promptly gotten into a heated argument with the floor nurse and had left in anger. Because he did not drop in to see me, I concluded that he had gone back home. Three weeks later, when I got on a train leaving Rochester for Chicago, there he was with his wife. I asked, "Where have you been all this time?" And he said, "At the hotel; you had told me that I would be well if I could get someone to settle the strike for me, so I phoned my manager to settle it, and not to call, even if the factory burned down. "Then my wife and I read to each other and drowsed and rested and walked around town, and ate what we liked, and as you said, since the first day I haven't had a minute's pain or indigestion!" This one case report should tell us most of what we need to know about the treatment oE ulcer: The cure is not necessarily dependent on strict dieting or medicine, or an operation. 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