Duodeno-pulmonary fistula is a rare condition amongst fistulous communications between abdominal and thoracic organs. Typically patients have pulmonary symptoms preceded by abdominal complaints. We present a case of Duodeno-pulmonary fistula with an atypical presentation
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KHALID, Haroon; MEEK, Lucas.
Duodeno-pulmonary fistula; a rare condition with an unusual presentation.
Medical Research Archives, [S.l.], n. 2, mar. 2015.
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