Villous adenoma of the duodenum. Endoscopic diagnosis and resection

Endoscopy
J L DupasJ Delamarre

Abstract

The authors report a new case of villous adenoma of the duodenum diagnosed by X-ray examination and duodenoscopy. Endoscopic removal allows an accurate histologic diagnosis. This endoscopic resection relieves symptoms and spares the patient a laparotomy. It seems to be an acceptable treatment of benign duodenal tumors.

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