An unusual complication of peptic ulcer disease.


w A 35-year-old previously healthy man was brought to our mergency department for persistent retrosternal chest pain f several days’ duration. The pain was dull and radiated to is back. He also complained of one episode of meal-related dynophagia. He had taken several days of nonsteroidal nti-inflammatory drugs and clarithomycin for an acute uper… (More)
DOI: 10.1016/j.gie.2010.02.004


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