PMID: 423071Feb 1, 1979Paper

Gastric duplication

Journal of Pediatric Surgery
C PruksapongF J Heldrich


Vomiting and failure to thrive were the presenting complaints of a patient with gastric duplication. The case is presented and features of gastric duplication are summarized with other cases reported in the literature.


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