Rapid onset of bloating and early satiety: an unusual cause with positive histology

Tanner, A. R.; Cook, I.; McGee, S.; Bentley, B.; Frost, R.; Finnis, D.
June 2008
Gut;Jun2008, Vol. 57 Issue 6, p813
Academic Journal
A quiz concerning the cause of the rapid onset of bloating and early satiety on a male patient that had undergone cystectomy for familial bladder cancer is presented.


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