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Perforation of gastric squamous carcinoma metachronous to laryngeal carcinoma: metastatic in origin?
  1. G F Whalen,
  2. W K Huizinga,
  3. A Marszalek
  1. Dept of Surgery, University of Natal Medical School, Durban, South Africa.

    Abstract

    The local and regional spread of squamous cancer of the head and neck is well described. We report a possible unusual pattern of spread from a primary laryngeal carcinoma, which presented as gastric perforation.

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