Medical Definition of Zollinger–Ellison syndrome
: a syndrome consisting of fulminant intractable peptic ulcers, gastric hypersecretion and hyperacidity, and the occurrence of gastrinomas of the pancreatic cells of the islets of Langerhans
Biographical Note for zollinger–ellison syndrome
Robert Milton (1903–1992), American surgeon. Zollinger served for many years as professor and chief of surgical services at the medical school of Ohio State University. He was also editor in chief of the American Journal of Surgery.
Edwin Homer (1918–1970), American surgeon. Ellison was a professor of surgery at Marquette University's medical school. His fields of research included blood volume studies in surgical patients, hormones of the pancreas, pathogenesis of ulcers, and nutrition in surgical patients.
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