Krister Sjödahl

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A novel histologic phenotype of chronic esophagitis, ie, lymphocytic esophagitis, is reported in 20 patients. Lymphocytic esophagitis is characterized by high numbers of intraepithelial lymphocytes (IELs) gathered mainly around peripapillary fields and by none (n = 12) to occasional (n = 8) CD15+ intraepithelial granulocytes. IELs expressed CD3, CD4 (42%),(More)
The incidence of gastric cancer has witnessed major changes over the past decades. Until recently, gastric cancer was a common malignancy in most countries. A striking decline in incidence in most Western populations has occurred since the 1970s, and elucidating the detailed causes for this trend can potentially be of great value for targeted preventive(More)
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