Multiple simultaneous gastric carcinomas.

  title={Multiple simultaneous gastric carcinomas.},
  author={Ch Wittekind and Martin Klimpfinger and Peter Hermanek and Andrea Tannapfel},
  journal={British Journal of Cancer},
  pages={1604 - 1609}
A total of 1664 patients with gastric cancer were examined to evaluate the rate of multiple synchronous primary tumours. In cases of multiple synchronous cancer (MSC), the tumours were analysed immunohistochemically for their expression pattern of p53, c-erbB2, ras, E-cadherin and proliferative activity. Multiple synchronous gastric carcinomas (MSCs) were observed in 61 out of 1664 patients (3.7%), with a total of 134 carcinomas. In our series, early carcinoma was observed more frequently in… CONTINUE READING


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