J E Kunzle

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The cases of 189 patients treated at the Surgery Service for gastric carcinoma from January 1960 to December 1978 and followed until April 1984 were reviewed in terms of evolutive behavior. Correlations between sex, age, duration of symptoms, site of tumors, lymph node metastases, stage of tumors, operability, resectability, treatment and survival were(More)
Eight cases of Barrett's esophagus are presented, six as a result of long-term reflux esophagitis, three of them with ulcer in gastric-like mucosa, two with stenosis. The Congo-Red test in three patients showed non-secretory pattern. They could twice confirm the epithelial change in previous normal esophageal mucosa, once after alkaline reflux esophagitis(More)