I N TYPICAL CASES of perforated peptic ulcer, the clinical picture is such as to leave little doubt as to the diagnosis. However, where the leak is small or incompletely plugged with omentum, the diagnosis is more difficult. Indeed, in such cases perforated peptic ulcer may be indistinguishable from acute pancreatic necrosis. The differential diagnosis of… (More)
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