[changing prevalence of helicobacter pylori infection in the 9th district of budapest. a retrospective endoscopic study, 1997-2012].the prevalence of helicobacter pylori infection in developed countries is decreasing. the time-frame of this process is largely unknown.201323728313
[helicobacter pylori - 2012].the author overviews some aspects of literature data of the past 2 years. genetic research has identified polymorphisms of helicobacter pylori virulence factors and the host which could play a role in the clinical outcome of the infection (peptic ulcer or gastric cancer). so far they have been performed in research centers but with a decrease of costs, they will take their place in diagnosing the diseases and tailoring the treatment. antibiotic resistance is still growing in southern european co ...201222951408
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