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Per head per day in Madras,  7 g. in Ceylon,  and 5 g. in Ethiopia,  but whereas peptic ulcer is common in Madras (accounting for 3*3 per cent of hospital in-patients, as previously quoted) it is relatively rare in Ceylon (accounting for 0-2 per cent of hospital inpatients,  many of the cases in Colombo coming from southern India), and it has already been seen to be extremely rare in rural parts of Ethiopia. , the Deccan) frequently reveal very little peptic ulcération amongst the inhabitants.
O. Barry, Medical Director of the Princess Tsehai Memorial Hospital and Medical School, Addis Ababa, the author has been put in touch with M. Tausjo, radiologist in charge of the large Norwegian Lutheran Mission Hospital, and also Provincial Medical Officer of the Ethiopian Government, at Irgalem, in the heart of Ethiopia, to whom the author is indebted for the following (1961):I have received your letter, and shall be only too glad to give the information I have at hand. I have been working in the interior of Ethiopia for 12 years in a general hospital, with a yearly number of patients around 50,000.
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Peptic Ulcer. A New Approach to Its Causation, Prevention, and Arrest, Based on Human Evolution by T. L. Cleave