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Pol. Merkur. Lek (Pol. Med. J.), 2012, XXXII/190: 246-249 Maximize

Pol. Merkur. Lek (Pol. Med. J.), 2012, XXXII/190: 246-249

Title: Ectopic pancreas mimicking advanced gastric malignancy – case report

Authors: Zawada I., Lewosiuk A., Hnatyszyn K., Patalan M., Woyke S., Kostyrka R., Marlicz K., Starzyńska T.

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Ectopic pancreas mimicking advanced gastric malignancy – case report


Zawada I.1, Lewosiuk A.1, Hnatyszyn K.1, Patalan M.1, Woyke S.2, Kostyrka R.3, Marlicz K.1, Starzyńska T.1

Medical University of Szczecin, Poland: 1Department of Gastroenterology; 2Department of Pathomorphology; 3Surgery Department of Specialistic Clinical Hospital in Szczecin

Ectopic pancreas is the most common type of ectopic tissue in gastrointestinal tract. It is typically asymptomatic, presenting as a small submucosal lesion in prepyloric region of stomach. The diagnosis is usually incidental, during gastroscopy. The patient with symptomatic heterotropic pancreas, mimicking gastric malignancy was described.

Key words: ectopic pancreas

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