Clinical characteristics of distal gastric cancer in young adults from Northeastern Brazil

@article{BragaNeto2018ClinicalCO,
  title={Clinical characteristics of distal gastric cancer in young adults from Northeastern Brazil},
  author={Manuel B. Braga-Neto and J{\'e}ssica G. Carneiro and Alzira M. de Castro Barbosa and Igor S. Silva and Danielle Calheiros Campelo Maia and Felipe Silva Maciel and Rafael Jorge Alves de Alc{\^a}ntara and Paulo Roberto L. Vasconscelos and Lucia Lbc Braga},
  journal={BMC Cancer},
  year={2018},
  volume={18}
}
BackgroundIt has been suggested that distal gastric carcinoma (GC) in younger patients has a more aggressive outcome than in older patients, however this is a controversial issue. The aim of this study was to compare clinicopathological features between younger and older patients with GC in Northeastern Brazil.MethodsA total of 207 patients with distal GC (41 patients ≤45 years, considered younger group, and 166 > 45 years, considered older group) were evaluated prospectively during a 6 year… Expand
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