J D Majarakis

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A 56 year old man had an unusual case of heterotopic pancreas of the stomach. The patient had two lesions. One was at the gastroesophageal junction, representing the highest location in the stomach reported for this lesion. The second lesion was in the prepyloric antrum and consisted of heterotopic pancreatic tissue as well as tissue consistent with(More)
Since the incidence of cancer in nontoxic nodular goiter as reported by us in 1944 appeared high (17.1%), we made another study during the next four years and discovered an incidence almost identical (17.2%). Our figures on incidence of cancer in nontoxic nodular goiter appeared so high because we were the first authors to break down the goiters into the(More)
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