Gastric Ectopic Pancreas: Not Always an Innocent Bystander

  • Evangelos Kalaitzakis Department of Gastroenterology, Skåne University Hospital. Lund, Sweden
  • Jacob Elebro Clinical Pathology, University and Regional Laboratories Region Skåne. Lund, Sweden
  • Jan Johansson Department of Surgery, Skåne University Hospital. Lund, Sweden
Keywords: Abdominal Pain, Endosonography, Accessory pancreas


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Image: Subepithelial lesion in the gastric antrum.


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Subepithelial lesion in the gastric antrum
How to Cite
KalaitzakisE., ElebroJ., & JohanssonJ. (2013). Gastric Ectopic Pancreas: Not Always an Innocent Bystander. JOP. Journal of the Pancreas, 14(6), 684-685.