2018 Month : December Volume : 5 Issue : 53 Page : 3682-3683
Parul Gupta1, Anil Kumar Dhull2, Vivek Kaushal3
Dr. Anil Kumar Dhull,
P.O. Box. 100, GPO,
PRESENTATION OF CASE
A 55-years old female patient with no known comorbidities presented with chief complaints of pain abdomen for 3-months associated with vomiting, abdominal lump and backache for past one month. Pain was insidious in onset, moderate intensity, originated in periumbilical and epigastric region and was relieved to some extent by oral analgesics.