Gastritis cystica polyposa

gastritis cystica polyposa gastritis cys·ti·ca pol·y·po·sa (sĭs’tĭ-kə pŏl’ə-pō’sə, -zə)
Large fixed mucosal polyps arising in the stomach proximal to an old gastroenterostomy.


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