Gastric diverticulaare outpunching of the
stomach walls that typically form in the fundus. They are
uncommon gastrointestinal diverticula and are very rare
anatomic abnormalities. This case report was based on an
incidental endoscopic finding of a pre-pyloric diverticulum
in a 25-year old man who presented with Non-steroidal
Anti-inflammatory Drug-induced (NSAID-induced) upper
gastrointestinal bleeding. He was medically managed and
has been followed up for over 18 months.
Keywords : Prepyloric Diverticulum, Gastrointestinal Bleeding, Endoscopy.