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Kissing Duodenal Ulcer

Two large ulcers, one each, on opposite walls of the duodenal bulb
Kissing duodenal ulcer
  • Two large ulcers, one each, on opposite walls of the duodenal bulb . Hence called Kissing duodenal ulcers.
  • 40 year male patient presented with complaints of epigastric pain from past 6 months which increased in severity over past week. Pain was relieved after eating food and was aggravated after taking spicy diet, tea or coffee. Patient is a known alcoholic and a smoker.




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