Case report| Volume 31, ISSUE 5, P732-737, May 1952

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Concomitant pyloric and esophageal obstruction due to peptic ulcer

Case report
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      A case of pyloric stenosis from duodenal ulcer and esophageal ulcer with stricture formation is presented. The patient has remained well following resection of the lower end of the esophagus, vagotomy, and gastroenterostomy.
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