PMID: 3049208Oct 1, 1988Paper

Duodenal duplication in the adult: its relationship with pancreatitis

Gastrointestinal Radiology
C ProcacciR Graziani

Abstract

Seven cases of duodenal duplication in the adult are reported. The ultrasound and computed tomographic findings are analyzed. The relationship between duodenal duplication and pancreatitis is discussed.

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