Menetrier’s disease presenting with deep venous thrombosis, iron deficiency anaemia and early evolution to atrophic gastritis
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A patient with Menetrier’s Disease who presented with deep venous thrombosis and a severe iron deficiency anaemia is described. An early evolution to atrophic gastritis was noted.
KeywordsDeep Venous Thrombosis Iron Deficiency Anaemia Atrophic Gastritis Ferrous Sulphate Glossitis
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