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Abdominal pancreatic pseudocyst--an unusual cause of dysphagia.
  1. D. J. Propper,
  2. E. M. Robertson,
  3. A. P. Bayliss,
  4. N. Edward
  1. Department of Medicine, Aberdeen Royal Infirmary, Foresterhill, UK.


    A 44 year old man with a long history of alcohol abuse developed progressive dysphagia. Radiological investigation revealed a pancreatic pseudocyst. Following percutaneous drainage the dysphagia resolved.

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