[Multiple gastric carcinoid tumors in chronic atrophic gastritis: long-term follow-up under conservative management].


A 68-year-old patient presenting with non-specific abdominal symptoms was diagnosed as having multiple gastric carcinoid tumours with H. pylori-positive chronic atrophic gastritis and hypergastrinaemia. No metastases were found. As he was inoperable due to comorbidity, conservative management was instituted. The patient was followed for 6 years without… (More)


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