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KMID : 0359020010230010028
Korean Journal of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy
2001 Volume.23 No. 1 p.28 ~ p.31
A Case of Synchronous Quadruple Early Gastric Cancer Which was Detected Preoperatively
Jo Nam-Young

Kong Hwi
Kim Ji-Hoon
Park Yeon-Ho
Kim Yoon-Hong
Kim Hyo-Jung
Kim Chul-Hwan
Kim Jae-Seon
Mok Young-Jae
Park Young-Tae
Lee Chang-Hong
Abstract
Early diagnosis of gastric cancer is very important since gastric cancer is one of the leading causes of cancer-mortality in Korea. The incidence of early gastric cancer has increased recently with much advances in diagnostic modalities and increasing concerns about individual health status. The incidence of multiple gastric cancer is also increasing. The number of lesions in cases with multiple gastric cancer is usually 2 or 3, and lesions over 4 sites are rare. The problem in the diagnosis of multiple gastric cancer is the low preoperative detection rate in spite of the recent advances of diagnostic techniques, especially in cases with small flat or elevated lesions. We report a case of a synchronous quadruple early gastric cancer which was preoperatively diagnosed with endoscopy. Of the four lesions, one was depressed (IIc) and the other three were superficial elevated (IIa). All four lesions were well differentiated adenocarcinomas confined to the mucosa.
KEYWORD
Multiple, Quadruple, Early gastric cancer,
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