George A. Holman

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During fetal development, pancreatic tissue on rare occasions is implanted ectopically. This ectopic pancreas, or pancreatic heterotopia, arises during the embryological phase of foregut rotation, when fragments of pancreas separate from the main body, implanting most commonly in the gastrointestinal tract, where they are termed pancreatic rests or(More)
A 60-year-old male US Navy veteran was first evaluated in our medical facility with the primary complaint of multiple episodes of emesis of solid material over a 6-week period. He was able to tolerate liquids during that time, but vomited all solid food about 30 min after ingestion. He denied retching or dry heaves, and had no other gastrointestinal(More)
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