Adenomyoma in the pylorus.


CASE 1 A 27-year-old man had epigastric pain, relieved by antacids, occurring two hours after meals, for three years. A clinical diagnosis of peptic ulcer was made. At laparotomy a hard white thickening of the pylorus was found. Partial gastrectomy with closure of the duodenal stump and anastomosis of the stomach and jejunum was performed. Naked-eye… (More)


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