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A CASE OF ESOPHAGEAL CANCER COMPLICATING WITH POSTOPERATIVE HUGE INTRAABDOMINAL LYMPHOCELE
The journal of the Japanese Practical Surgeon Society
We describe an extremely rare case of esophageal cancer, in which chylous ascites occurred postoperatively and huge intraabdominal lymphocele was formed, together with a reviwes of the literature. The case was a 56-year-old male with the chief complaints of poor appetite and dysphagia. He had a medical history of alcoholic hepatitis. Upper gastrointestinal series revealed an esophageal cancer, Borrmann type 3, at the middle-lower part of pars thoracica and a huge intramural matastatic lesion atdoi:10.3919/ringe1963.52.555 fatcat:ccwe75nsmrfq7f4bykoyssrlye