Peptic ulceration occurs at all the following sites except - (Kerala, 2009)
|B||First part of duodenum|
|C||Lower end of esophagus|
|D||Stoma of gastric portion of gastrojejunostomy|
Peptic ulcers located in the following sites, in order of decreasing frequency:
i. Duodenum, 1st portion
ii. Stomach, usally antrum
iii. At the gastro - esophageal junction in the setting of gastroesphageal reflux or Barrett’s esophagus.
iv. Within the margins of a gastrojejunostomy.
v. In the duodenum, stomach or jejunum of patients with Zollinger -Ellison Syndrome.
vi. Within or adjacent to Meckels diverticulum that contains ectopic gastric mucosa.