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[…] colitis, perforated diverticulum of the colon, intraperitoneal abscess, and syphilis. 5 Benign gastric ulcers perforating into the colon are extremely rare, because most
However, as shown in this paper, a spontaneous fistula may develop between the stomach and the transverse colon in a patient with a benign unoperated gastric ulcer.