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Gut. 1988 June; 29(6): 848–851.
PMCID: PMC1433722

Bleeding from multifocal heterotopic gastric mucosa in the colon controlled by an H2 antagonist.


The sixth documented case of heterotopic gastric mucosa in the large bowel proximal to the rectum is described in a two year old girl with a neural tube defect and recurrent rectal bleeding. Unusual in itself, this case is unique in that the rectal bleeding has been controlled with an H2 receptor antagonist.

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