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This report describes a case of symptomatic pyloric ectopic pancreas simulating infantile hypertrophic pyloric stenosis (IHPS) in an 1-month-old boy. There are few cases reported in the English-language literature with the same clinical presentation during the neonatal period. Rarely is the entity symptomatic, and it should be kept in mind in differential(More)
Parasitic or heterotopic conjoined twins are exceedingly rare, and these cases are referred to as "heteropagus" when there is a parasitic attachment in a nonduplicated fashion to any portion of the body. Epigastric heteropagus twinning refers to the attachment of the parasite to the epigastric region of the autosite. An unusual epigastric heteropagus case(More)
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