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Gastric subepithelial tumor is a common finding of upper gastric endoscopy. Differential diagnosis is needed, sometimes a rare disease can be found. Calcifying fibrous tumor is a rare benign fibrous tumor, and mostly affects children and young adults. It can involve all over the body, and shows predilection for abdominal cavity and peritoneum. Stomach lesions are quite rare. We report a case of a 43-year-old woman with a calcifying fibrous tumor presenting as gastric subepithelial tumor.doi:10.7704/kjhugr.2013.13.4.248 fatcat:3uzodwtkofgazcevjjel2y2fjy