Benign gastric lymphomatosis (gastric pseudolymphoma).

The present paper reports on two cases of gastric lymphomatosis whose diagnosis could only be established by histologic examination of the operative specimen. Benign gastric lymphomatosis (BGL) is characterized by lymphoid infiltration of the gastric wall, predominant in the mucosa and sometimes in the submucosa, running a slow benign course. It must be… CONTINUE READING