Case report| Volume 32, ISSUE 3, P508-510, June 1936

Spontaneous perforation of carcinoma of stomach

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      A case is reported as an example of the feasibility of conservative management and demonstrates the desirability of performing partial gastrectomy as soon as possible following recovery from closure of the perforation, and illustrates the dangers attendant upon long postponement of the partial gastrectomy.
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