Interesting case Abdominal 7

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Interesting case Abdominal 7

A patient presents with severe epigastric pain – what’s the diagnosis?

 

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Topics: Abdominal

Key findings and diagnosis – A large crater-like defect in the gastric wall at the posterior antrum and pylorus shows a posterior perforation and large volume of adjacent free gas, consistent with a perforated gastric antral / pyloric ulcer

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