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alkaline milk drip

 

Definition: a now obsolete therapy for certain ulcers comprising a variable mixture of sodium bicarbonate in whole milk dripped into the stomach through a small oral or nasal tube to produce constant achlorhydria; a therapy for certain ulcers now considered obsolete.

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