Adenocarcinoma arising in a duodenal duplication cyst: a case report

The Australian and New Zealand Journal of Surgery
G L FalkJ Parer

Abstract

A case of adenocarcinoma complicating a pyloro-duodenal duplication cyst is reported. The diagnosis and therapy are discussed.

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