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Subject: A.L., 40, male. Presentation: 1. abdominal distension for a week prior to admission 2. vague peri-umbilical pain: constant, radiating to back and groins, not relieved by antacids or warmth 3. nausea and vomiting of coffee-grounds material, followed by bright red blood, on evening prior to admissiondoi:10.2218/resmedica.v6i1.832 fatcat:schrb6dpnnbfhhhnwxsmkhqh2m