*Corresponding author:Anna Pietrzak, Roentgen 5 Str, 02-781 Warsaw, Poland
Received: July 02, 2018; Published: July 09, 2018
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Iatrogenic, postoperative enteroatmospheric fistulas remain difficult to manage but common problem after gastrointestinal surgery. Surgical revision, after failure of conservative treatment is not only partially efficient but also carries a high mortality risk, mainly due to patients’ general condition and usually multiples comorbidities. Because of that alternative minimally invasive techniques are extensively studied, but unfortunately the data are still confounding [1,2]. We present a case of 38 – y.o. man with past history of nephrolithiasis, accidentally diagnosed with 30 mm gastrointestinal stromal tumour of the duodenum (Figures 1a-1c).
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