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The famous gastrocutaneous fistula of Alexis st. Martin

Why didn't it close? or should we refer to it as a gastric stoma?

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Sarr, M.G., Bass, P. & Woodward, E. The famous gastrocutaneous fistula of Alexis st. Martin. Digest Dis Sci 36, 1345–1347 (1991). https://doi.org/10.1007/BF01296797

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