Lymphoid infiltrates of the stomach. Evaluation of histologic criteria for the diagnosis of low-grade gastric lymphoma on endoscopic biopsy specimens.

@article{Zukerberg1990LymphoidIO,
  title={Lymphoid infiltrates of the stomach. Evaluation of histologic criteria for the diagnosis of low-grade gastric lymphoma on endoscopic biopsy specimens.},
  author={Lawrence R. Zukerberg and Judith Ann Ferry and Jane Southern and Nancy Lee Harris},
  journal={The American journal of surgical pathology},
  year={1990},
  volume={14 12},
  pages={
          1087-99
        }
}
Low-grade gastric lymphomas may be difficult to distinguish from benign inflammatory infiltrates on endoscopic biopsy specimens. Recent reports have suggested that so-called lymphoepithelial lesions (infiltration of lymphocytes into glandular epithelium) are characteristic of primary gastric lymphomas. We evaluated the presence and prominence of lymphoepithelial lesions and other histologic criteria in 25 low-grade gastric lymphomas (21 primary) and 58 benign inflammatory infiltrates to… CONTINUE READING
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