NSAID-induced Gastroenteropathy: A Biochemical Dissection
Hospital Practice (Office ed.)
The most widely accepted view is that damage to the mucosa sets the stage for lesions related to NSAIDs. An alternative hypothesis is that NSAID-induced damage to GI microvasculature is the primary pathologic event.
Seidler NW, Russo P. NSAID-induced Gastroenteropathy: A Biochemical Dissection. Hospital Practice (Office ed.). 1992; 27(12). doi: 10.1080/21548331.1992.11705540.