Pyloric stenosis with esophageal involvement in Behçet's syndrome.

Abstract

A 43-yr-old man with a diagnosis of Behçet's syndrome since 1977 developed esophageal aphthous ulcerations, duodenal ulcer, and pyloric stenosis. The pyloric stenosis was due to edematous hypertrophy of the pyloric ring. The evidence strongly suggested that these findings were complications of Behçet's syndrome. 

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@article{Ozen1990PyloricSW, title={Pyloric stenosis with esophageal involvement in Behçet's syndrome.}, author={Ahmet Ozenç and Yusuf Bayraktar and Asli Baykal}, journal={The American journal of gastroenterology}, year={1990}, volume={85 6}, pages={727-8} }