Peter Bánovčin, Rudolf Hyrdel, Michal Demeter, Hubert Poláček, Ján Janík, Andrej Beseda, Renáta Michalová
The authors report a case of 79 years old female treated with NSAID with a large ulcer of posterior gastric wall penetrating deeply into the body of pancreas. Based on endoscopy and CT imaging, the exulcerated carcinoma was suspected. However this suspicion wasn´t confirmed by histological findings of the biopsy samples. On the conservative therapy rapid healing of the peptic ulcer occured. The folow-up CT scan did not verify any pancreatic or gastric wall lesion. This ulcer was subsequently concluded as benign in its etiology, caused by NSAID.