When most people say “ulcer” or “bleeding ulcer,” they usually mean the type that occurs in the stomach. This type of ulcer is known as a “peptic ulcer,” which distinguishes it from other ulcerated tissues. Chronic duodenal (found in the first part of the small intestine) and gastric (stomach) ulcers are the two most common types of ulcers.
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