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My father was suffering from stomach pain and doctor done endoscopy and they found one large exophytic mass in fundus. after reports they did surgery partial gastrectomy. In the pathology report they mentioned that they found a large tumor, exophytic growth, measuring 8.4x6.7cm. in the greatest dimension, gray brown color, round in shape the tumor seems to lie along the greater curature, in the fundic area,
Now after surgery he can;t eat and drink and surgery was done three months before. he feels acidity, vomiting and chest pain without having meal.
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