Clinicopathologic study of gastric carcinoma with duodenal invasion.

  title={Clinicopathologic study of gastric carcinoma with duodenal invasion.},
  author={D S Perng and Chowdhury Moin Jan and Wengcheng Wang and Lin Chen and Chiu Shong Liu and Tsung Jen Huang and Charles Y. Chen},
  journal={The Kaohsiung journal of medical sciences},
  volume={12 8},
Clinicopathologic features of 319 patients who underwent gastrectomy for adenocarcinoma of stomach were studied whether disease involved duodenum or not. Thirty-eight patients (11.9%) had duodenum invasion. Gastric carcinoma with duodenal invasion was most often Borrmann III or Borrmann IV (65.8%) type, with pylorous invasion by endoscopy (39.5%), large tumor size (73.7% > or = 5cm), lymph node metastasis (78.9%), serosal invasion (97.4%) and the incidence of the resection line not being free… CONTINUE READING


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