By John Clerk Eldin
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Yet despite all these factors, peptic ulcer is very rare amongst this class of people". If the diet of these Egyptians is examined, it is seen to consist largely of unrefined grain. The author is likewise indebted to Professor Azmy for details on this point:— Bread is the staple food, but the flour from which it is made differs according to the region. In the Nile Delta region the flour is mainly maize flour and is not refined. In the northern parts of the Delta rice is commonly consumed, which is half-refined, being only 100 per cent refined in big towns and cities.
A. Andersen, who has made a prolonged investigation of the diet in millet-eaters in the Ahmednagar District, towards 48 PEPTIC ULCER central India, in connexion with a study on the formation of bladder stones (shortly to be published in this country), emphasizes the precautions necessary in interpreting statistics from India, but states that it may be taken as certain that the peptic ulcer problem in this district is much less serious than in southern India. Actual figures from the Evangeline Booth Hospital, Ahmednagar, show that admissions for peptic ulcer number about i per cent,  as against 3-3 per cent in the Government Hospital, Madras, and 5-7 per cent in the Medical College Hospital, Trivandrum, Travancore, previously quoted—and, incidentally, 2*3 per cent for hospitals in England and Wales.
DUKES, H. H. (1955), The Physiology of the Domestic Animals, 7th ed. London: Baillière, Tindall & Cox. 8. H I L L , K. J. (i960),.?. , 154, 115. ) 9. MASSON, M . , and PHILLIPSON, A. T . , 116, 98. 10. ASH, R. W. , 156, 1. 11. TILLEY, J. M . A. (1961), Personal communication (Grassland Research Institute, Hurley). 12. MCCANCE, R. , and WIDDOWSON, E. M . (i960), The Chemical Composition of Foods, 3rd ed. O. 13. and SHACKLETON, L . R. B. (1936), Spec. Rep. Ser. med. Res. , No. 213, p . 80. 14. NEUBERGER, A.
An inquiry into naval tactics by John Clerk Eldin