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Slightly raised polypoid mucosal lesion in the gastric antrum (shown here retracted into view using a biopsy forceps). The lesion had a small central umbilication. Biopsy revealed ectopic pancreatic tissue.

Prominent raised antral mucosal lesion with a central umbilication in a 46 year-old man with abdominal pain and dyspepsia. Biopsy revealed heterotopic pancreatic tissue.

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