Polycythaemia Vera with Abdominal Pain - An Unusual Association
Keywords:Polycythaemia, vera, Abdominal pain, Peptic ulcer, Bangladesh
Polycythaemia vera is difficult disease to diagnose when it has an atypical presentation. Here we present a case where a middle aged man who presented to us with abdominal pain and recurrent peptic ulceration and was later diagnosed as a case of polycythaemia vera. To best of our knowledge this is the first report of such association from Bangladesh.
J Medicine 2012; 13 : 252-255
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