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Title: Role of computed tomography and endoscopy in the management of alimentary tract lipomas
Authors: Kang, J.Y. 
Chan-Wilde, C.
Wee, A. 
Chew, R.
Ti, T.K. 
Issue Date: 1990
Citation: Kang, J.Y., Chan-Wilde, C., Wee, A., Chew, R., Ti, T.K. (1990). Role of computed tomography and endoscopy in the management of alimentary tract lipomas. Gut 31 (5) : 550-553. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.
Abstract: Four cases of alimentary tract lipomas are described. While conventional radiology is unable to differentiate these tumours from the much commoner carcinomas, computed tomography and endoscopic examination may allow a definitive diagnosis thus sparing the patient major surgery. In selected cases endoscopic polypectomy is feasable and safe.
Source Title: Gut
URI: http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/133565
ISSN: 00175749
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