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Published online: November 30, 1989
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Inflammatory fibroid polyp is a relatively rare, benign polyp which is composed of fibraus connective tissue, blood vessels, and infiltration of eosinophils. The majority of inflammatory fibroid polyps has been reported with pathologic specimen in stomach and small intestine. We performed the gastrofiberscopy and endoscopic ultrasonogram of an inflammatory fibroid polyp, which reveals central ulcerated polypoid mass originated in the submucosa of antral portion of the stomach. So we report a case of endoscopic and endoscopic ultrasonographic findings of inflammatory fibroid piolyp in stomach. The etiolagy and pathology are discussed with the review of the literatures.

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