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Oesophageal ulcer caused by warfarin.
  1. D. E. Loft,
  2. S. Stubington,
  3. C. Clark,
  4. W. D. Rees
  1. Department of Gastroenterology, Hope Hospital, Salford, Manchester, UK.


    Oesophageal injury is a well recognized complication of certain oral medications but warfarin has not been implicated previously. We present a case of an oesophageal ulcer occurring in a patient with mitral regurgitation taking warfarin, and demonstrate a delayed oesophageal tablet transit time.

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