A 59-year-old female complained of intermittent abdominal pain for about one week at the outpatient section. She denied any history of chronic liver diseases. An upper gastrointestinal endoscopy was performed showing a dilation of superficial capillaries presenting with some tiny blood vessels radiating from the center to periphery (Figure 1) as well as gastritis and duodenitis. Neither esophageal nor gastric varices were observed. Thus, a diagnosis of spider nevus in the stomach was considered. Pantoprazole was prescribed. She is being followed.
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Cite this article as: Feng J, Shao X, Liang Z, Guo X, Qi X. Spider nevus in the stomach. AME Case Rep 2020;4:15.