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Endoscopic ultrasonographic determination of stromal reaction in gastric cancer and its clinical significance

Endoscopic ultrasonographic determination of stromal reaction in gastric cancer and its clinical significance

Gastroenterological Endoscopy 29(11): 2452-2455

Endoscopic ultrasonographic determination of stromal reaction was studied in 17 stomach cancer patients. Endoscopic ultrasonogram of 6 cases with medullary type of stromal reaction a showed low echo in 5 cases (83.3%), while 6 cases with scirrhous type showed a high echo in 5 cases (83.3%). These results suggest that the stromal reaction which correlated with type of metastasis in gastric cancer can be evaluated preoperatively by echoic pattern of endoscopic ultrasonography.

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