Focal foveolar hyperplasia presenting as an antral-pyloric mass in a young infant
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A young infant with vomiting associated with a gastric polyp is presented. The polyp proved to be focal foveolar hyperplasia. These non-neoplastic polyps of unknown etiology are usually found in adults.
KeywordsPublic Health Unknown Etiology Young Infant Gastric Polyp Foveolar Hyperplasia
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