This is Mohamad Abdalkader, a neuroradiology fellow in Boston, USA. I would like to discuss with you a very interesting case that I have encountered during my last year of residency in Belgium. It is mainly to see its level of importance and if it is worthy for publication. I hope this is the adequate place wishing that I get the invitation for publication after the discussion.
This is the case of a 28 yo female patient who presented with bloody vomiting, abdominal pain and weight loss. She was found to have a bizarre finding in her abdomen. US, CT, MRI, EUS and UGI barium swallow were performed showing bi-lobulated cystic lesion between the liver, stomach and pancreas that is containing dense materials. It turned out to be a gastric duplication cyst with internal bleeding after surgical resection. I have a complete series of images and pathology specimen.
Please let me know if you need any further details or images.
Looking forward hearing from you.
Mohamad Abdalkader, MD
Boston Medical Center, MA.
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