Benign gastric ulcer.A 1.5cm diameter, penetrating ulcer crater is seen to fill with barium on the lesser curve of the stomach. The adjacent greater curve of stomach is characteristically indrawn to form a transient incisura resulting from muscle spasm. The ulcer crater projects beyond the gastric wall and there is a well-defined ulcer collar.
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