Author(s): McAlister WH, Katz ME, Perlman JM, Tack ED
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Abstract A young infant is presented with a mass partially obstructing the distal stomach. Sonography demonstrated the superficial origin of the lobulated lesion which proved to be focal foveolar hyperplasia, the most common cause of a gastric polypoid mass in adults but rare in children.
This article was published in Pediatr Radiol
and referenced in Clinical Pediatrics: Open Access