Research Article

Gastric Mucosal Calcinosis

Vedat Goral*, Irem Ozover and Ilknur Turkmen

Published: 09/27/2017 | Volume 1 - Issue 1 | Pages: 003-005

Abstract

Gastric mucosal calcinosis is a very rare pathology of the gastric mucosa. It may develop secondary to several diseases but may also be idiopathic in some cases. In this case, gastric mucosal calcinosis was diagnosed with endoscopic biopsy performed for a patient who presented to our clinic with heartburn and abdominal discomfort. This case involves a very rare gastric pathology, and is being studied here with reference to literature data.

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