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Hepatitis C and hepatitis B in the etiology of hepatocellular carcinoma in the Japanese population.
We conducted case-control studies of hepatocellular carcinoma (HCC) and liver cirrhosis (LC) in relation to hepatitis C virus (HCV) and hepatitis B virus infection, involving 91 patients with HCC, 75… Expand
Synchronous and metachronous malignancies of the colon and rectum in Japan with special reference to a coexisting early cancer
The authors reviewed the medical records of 1005 patients with multiple colorectal cancers (763 synchronous and 242 metachronous) to study the number and site of the tumors, their preoperative… Expand
Prognostic significance of intraperitoneal free cancer cells in gastric cancer patients
- S. Koga, N. Kaibara, Y. Iitsuka, H. Kudo, A. Kimura, H. Hiraoka
- Journal of Cancer Research and Clinical Oncology
SummaryWe performed intraoperative peritoneal cytology in 171 gastric cancer patients undergoing curative surgery. Intraperitoneal free cancer cells were demonstrated in almost all patients in whom… Expand
[Clinicopathological study of gastric cancer with bone metastasis].
Fifty-eight patients with bone metastasis from gastric cancer, of whom 33 patients were resected cases and 25 were autopsies, were investigated. The incidence of bone metastasis of gastric cancer was… Expand
Stomal polypoid hypertrophic gastritis. A polypoid gastric lesion at gastroenterostomy site
Four cases of stomal polyps (the so‐called gastritis cystica polyposa—GCP) at the gastroenterostomy site were studied with detailed description of their macroscopic and histologic features.… Expand
Prognostic significance of combined splenectomy or pancreaticosplenectomy in total and proximal gastrectomy for gastric cancer.
- S. Koga, N. Kaibara, O. Kimura, H. Nishidoi, H. Kishimoto
- American journal of surgery
- 1 November 1981
The prognostic significance of combined splenectomy or pancreaticosplenectomy in total and proximal gastrectomy for gastric cancer was evaluated from the viewpoints of lymph node metastasis in the… Expand
Intraperitoneal free cancer cells and their viability in gastric cancer
Free cancer cells in the peritoneal cavity of 100 patients with gastric cancer were examined by means of Douglas lavage, and their viability was estimated by 3H‐thymidine uptake with… Expand
Morphogenesis of peritoneal metastasis in human gastric cancer.
A comparative light microscopic and scanning electron microscopic study of the morphogenesis of peritoneal metastasis in 34 human gastric cancers was performed. Prior to adhesion of gastric cancer… Expand
Esophageal cancer developed after gastrectomy.
Between 1965 and 1983 we treated 129 patients with primary esophageal squamous cell carcinoma. Of these patients, 12 (9.3%) had previously undergone partial gastrectomy and six manifested tumors in… Expand
Therapeutic significance of noncurative gastrectomy for gastric cancer with liver metastasis.
The therapeutic significance of noncurative gastrectomy for gastric cancer with liver metastasis was evaluated and the histologic characteristics of such cancer examined. The mean postoperative… Expand