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Gastric calcifying fibrous tumour

By Tan Attila, Dean Chen, Geoffrey W Gardiner, Theadore W Ptak and Norman E Marcon

Abstract

Intramucosal gastric tumours are most commonly found to be gastrointestinal stromal tumours or leiomyomas (smooth muscle tumours); however, a variety of other uncommon mesenchymal tumours can occur in the stomach wall. A rare benign calcifying fibrous tumour is reported and the endoscopic appearance, ultrasound findings and morphology are documented. A review of the literature found only two similar cases

Topics: Brief Communication
Publisher: Pulsus Group Inc
OAI identifier: oai:pubmedcentral.nih.gov:2659917
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