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KMID : 0359019930130010061
Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
1993 Volume.13 No. 1 p.61 ~ p.64
A Case with Perforated Gastric Leiomyoma
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조해석/김병익/전우규/유영석/정을순/이상종/김명숙
Abstract
Gastric leiomyomas, which arise from smooth muscle tissue, are the most common non-epithelial tumors occurring in the stomach. This tumor is most commonly found incidentally at surgery or autopsy. The incidence of the leiomyoma is about 1~3% of
all
gastric tumors and sex distribution is equal. We have recently experienced a 59-year-old housewife who had epigastric pain and soreness of one month's duration, Physical examination disclosed tenderness with palpated mass in the left upper
quadrant.
Gastrofiberscopic finding revealed esophgeal diverticulum in the mid-esophagus and 2×2×1cm sized submucosal intramural mass with centrally depressed umbilication through ulcerative change on the greater curvature of lower body. Within the
umbilication, there were food materials and blood clots. The sleeve segmental resection of stomach was performed. The histopathologic and post operative findings were atypical leiomyoma, perforated with abscess formation to the omentum.
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