Davide Redaelli

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BACKGROUND The incidence of gastric metastasis is 2.6%. Although all primary neoplasms can metastasize to the stomach, most originate from melanoma or breast and lung cancer. Their most common endoscopic appearance is a "volcano-like" polypoid mass covered by normal mucosa that may show a central ulceration. Renal cell carcinoma, clear cell type, is known(More)
both patients. We suspect this is a common occurence given the frequency of NaPO4 use in patients undergoing colonoscopy. Methods: Two case reports are presented. Both patients have a history of HTN with ACEI and diuretic use prior to the colonoscopy procedure. The usual recomended dose of Fleets phospho-soda used was two, 45ml doses. Both patients had(More)
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