A case of solitary gastric hamartomatous polyp, presenting as upper gastrointestinal haemorrhage, is reported. Both the entity itself, and the clinical presentation, are exceptional. The significance of the solitary gastric hamartomatous polyp and implications of its diagnosis are discussed.
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