AbstractThe diagnosis of this rare lesion is difficult to establish at times, and is dependent upon roentgenologic study and at times upon mucosal biopsy. It seems to present no typical syndrome and must be differentiated from a number of relatively common diseases of the upper gastrointestinal tract
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