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Aneurysms of the gastroduodenal artery are rare. Only nine cases have been reported previously. These aneurysms are extremely difficult to diagnose preoperatively. A case of ruptured gastroduodenal artery aneurysm, which was diagnosed by aortography prior to operation, is reported, and the literature is reviewed.
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Accepted: June 23, 1975
© 1976 Published by Elsevier Inc.