Ryojin Wake

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During upper endoscopic screening, a 71-year-old asymptomatic woman was found to have a small, yellowish, superficial elevated lesion in the upper third of her stomach, without any signs of atrophic mucosa. The patient underwent endoscopic follow-up once a year for approximately five years; however, changes in the tumor were barely detectable. Endoscopic(More)
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