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Assessment of the depth of invasion of gastric carcinoma by endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS) focused on peptic ulceration within cancerous areas

Assessment of the depth of invasion of gastric carcinoma by endoscopic ultrasonography (EUS) focused on peptic ulceration within cancerous areas

Stomach and Intestine (Tokyo) 37(9): 1105-1117

The ability of EUS to diagnose the depth of invasion was investigated in 325 patients with gastric carcinoma, consisting of 181 early cancers and 144 advanced cancers. The depth of invasion of gastric carcinoma was classified as the mucosa (m), submucosa (sm), and muscularis propria (mp) or more advanced invasion. Moreover, the depth of invasion into the submucosa was divided into three subtypes (sm1, sm2, sm3).

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