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A ‘sticky’ reason for chronic abdominal pain
  1. M Khan,
  2. S Deutsch
  1. West Suburban Medical Center, Oak Park, Illinois, USA
  1. M A Khan, 1140 Surrey Dr, Apt # D, Glen Elyn, IL 60137, USA; smartmax74x{at}

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A 48-year-old Caucasian female presented with periumbilical, sharp, constant pain and dark “blackish” stools for 1 month. The pain radiated to the epigastric area and worsened postprandially. Famotidine improved her pain. Her past …

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