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Gamanagatti S, Kandpal H
Correspondence: Dr Shivanand. Gamanagatti, email@example.com
Gastric teratoma is a very rare tumour that usually manifests as an abdominal mass, resulting in gastrointestinal bleeding and/or obstructive features. We report gastric teratoma occurring in a two-year-old boy who presented with an abdominal mass. Diagnosis was aided by the classical findings of teratoma on computed tomography, seen as the presence of fat, calcifications, and both solid and cystic areas.
Keywords: abdominal mass, computed tomography, gastric teratoma, stomach, teratoma
Singapore Med J 2007; 48(4): e99–e101