Primary gastric squamous cell carcinoma in situ originating from gastric squamous metaplasia.

@article{Oono2010PrimaryGS,
  title={Primary gastric squamous cell carcinoma in situ originating from gastric squamous metaplasia.},
  author={Yasuhiro Oono and K. I. Fu and Eizoh Nagahisa and Tomoko Kuwata and Hiroaki Ikematsu and Tomonori Yano and Takayo Kojima and Keiko Minashi and Satoshi Fujii and Atsushi Ochiai and Kazuhiro Kaneko},
  journal={Endoscopy},
  year={2010},
  volume={42 Suppl 2},
  pages={E290-1}
}
extremely rare in the stomach [1]. Although there is only one published case of detection at an early stage [2], all reported cases underwent surgical resection. We describe a case of SCC in situ arising from squamous metaplasia in the stomach, whichwas successfully treatedwith endoscopic submucosal dissection (ESD). A 71-year-old man underwent surveillance endoscopy after endoscopic treatment for early esophageal cancer. A conventional endoscopy revealed a whitish lesion of irregular shape in… CONTINUE READING
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