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KMID : 0359019900100020381
Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
1990 Volume.10 No. 2 p.381 ~ p.386
Report 6 cases of Rectal Carcinoid Tumor
방춘상/Bang CS
최명규/양진모/백남종/최규용/정인식/정규원/선희식/김부성/Choi MG/Yang JM/Baeg NJ/Choi KY/Chung IS/Jung KW/Sun HS/Kim BS
Abstract
Carcinoid tumors arise from enterochromaffin cells that are located predominatly in the gastrointestinal mucosa. The vast majority of rectal carcinoid tumors are benign and can be safely treated by local excision. Lesions larger than 2 cm and invading the museular wall of the rectum should be considered malignancy and treated by more radical surgery such as abominoperined resection. We report 6 cases of rectal carcinoid tumor, three cases of them were less than 1 cm in size without metastasis. Two of these, small carcinoid tumor were treated with endoacopic polypectomy and one was treated with segmental resection. The others were 2.0 cm or larger in size with regional or liver mestasis. They were treated with segmental resection or electrical fugalization for tumor and transcatheter arterial embilization for liver metastasis or none.
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