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211 ABS TRACT Öz Pancreatic heterotopia (PH) is a congenital abnormality defined by the presence of an ectopic pancreatic tissue outside the usual anatomic location of the pancreas. The frequency of the disorder is reported to be 0.2-15% in autopsies, 1-2% in laparotomies. The most common locations are the stomach, duodenum and jejunum. The symptoms develop as per the localization particularly in the elderly. We presented a term neonate with a birth weight of 4460 gr hospitalized due to biliousdoi:10.4274/jpr.26234 fatcat:ko7qt7wbwjey3bjqh2a5zvqgxi