Primary small intestinal tumours: increased incidence of lymphoma and improved survival.


Small intestinal malignancies are rare and may have a delayed presentation owing to insidious growth. We have reviewed the case notes of 25 patients presenting with primary small bowel tumours over a 10-year period. Abdominal pain, weight loss and vomiting were the most common symptoms. The median duration of symptoms was 6 months. Physical examination was… (More)


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