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Carcinoid syndrome without liver metastasis.
  1. J. Hossain,
  2. I. al-Mofleh,
  3. R. Tandon,
  4. N. M. Dhahada
  1. Department of Medicine and Surgery, King Khalid University Hospital, King Saud University, Riyadh, Saudi Arabia.

    Abstract

    The carcinoid syndrome generally occurs due to metastasis of a carcinoid tumour in the liver. A patient is presented who had carcinoid syndrome due to abdominal disease without hepatic metastasis.

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