Pedunculated focal nodular hyperplasia masquerading as perigastric mass identified by EUS-FNA.

@article{Reddy2015PedunculatedFN,
  title={Pedunculated focal nodular hyperplasia masquerading as perigastric mass identified by EUS-FNA.},
  author={K Subhaschander Reddy and Kari K Hooper and Andra R. Frost and Shantel H{\'e}bert-Magee and Walter C. Bell and John R Porterfield and Jayapal Ramesh},
  journal={Gastrointestinal endoscopy},
  year={2015},
  volume={81 1},
  pages={238-9; discussion 239-40}
}
pressure effect on the arch of the aorta (A, B). The scan was negative for free fluid in the chest or pneumothorax. Upper endoscopy revealed a foreign body consistent with a crab claw at about 20 cm (C). The fixed finger had caused a small perforation of the esophagus, for which themucosa was reapproximated with 3 titanium clips (D). The claw was easily… CONTINUE READING