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Neonatal Gastric Web Located in the Body of Stomach: A Case Report

Yun JH, Choi HJ, Choi JH, Im JH, Kim SJ, Park BR

Gastric web is a rare gastric anomaly and almost all the reported cases have been located in the distal antrum. We experienced a case of neonatal gastric web that was...
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Mucosal Surface Nodularity on Upper Gastrointestinal Series (UGIS): Prospective Analysis of Its Primary Cause and Prevalence of Gastric Malignancy

Park SY, Kim SM, Kim AY, Kim TK, Kim PN, Ha HK

PURPOSE: Mucosal surface nodularity was defined as present at UGIS when multiple nodular defects larger than 5 mm were scattered in the gastric mucosa in an area greater than 5x5...
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Right Intrathoracic Stomach Secondary to Congenital Hiatal Hernia with Organoaxial Torsion: A Report of Two Cases

Kim ME, Pyun HW, Kim MR, Kim HJ, Kim BY, Lee JG

Right intrathoracic stomach associated with organoaxial torsion is a rare form of congenital hiatal hernia. We report the radiologic findings in two cases of complete or partial right intrathoracic stomach...
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Ductal Adenocarcinoma Arising from Heterotopic Pancreas in the Stomach: A Case Report

Ahn YS, Cho JS, Shin KS, Noh SM, Jeong HY, Song KS

Malignant transformation of heterotopic pancreas is extremely rare. We report a case of ductal adenocarcinoma arising from heterotopic pancreas in the stomach of a 64-year-old man. Preoperative CT scans showed...
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Lymphoid hyperplasia of the stomach manifesting as umbilicated polypoid lesions : report of two cases

Bahk HY, Ahn JS

Two cases of benign lymphoid hyperplasia of the stomach manifested by "multiple, small, umbilicated polypoidlesions" were reported. The difference in radiologic manifestation of this condition in the stomach from doudenum,colon...
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