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Duodenal involvement in Gardner's syndrome
  1. R. N. Melmed,
  2. I. A. D. Bouchier

    Abstract

    It is suggested that duodenal polyps are more frequent in Gardner's syndrome than previously recognized. The polyps have a particular tendency to undergo malignant change. Two patients with Gardner's syndrome are reported in whom duodenal polyps were associated in one patient with periampullary cancer and in the other with a possible adenocarcinoma of the duodenum.

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