Early Malignant Lymphoma Resembling Type Ⅱc Early Cancer in the Fundic Gland Region, Report of a Case Akira Shiozaki 1 , Yasuo Ohkura 1 , Toshikuni Okada 1 , Tatsuya Ishidoh 2 , Masaki Arimori 3 1Tokyo Metropolitan Cancer Detection Center 2Department of Pathology, Institute of Basic Medical Sciences, Tsukuba University School of Medicine 3Department of Surgery, The Second National Hospital of Tokyo Keyword: 胃悪性リンパ腫 , 多発Ⅱc型早期胃癌 , RLH pp.553-557
Published Date 1991/5/25
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1403102539
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 It is not infrequently required that malignant lymphoma of the stomach be differentiated from stomach cancer.We report here a case of malignant lymphoma at an early stage in the fundic gland region.

 Since there was no clinical characteristics typical for malignant lymphoma, the differential diagnosis was difficult.Differentiation from RLH or chronic gastritis was not easy even with histological examination of biopsy specimen.Pathological findings of resected specimen are as follows:  1) Multiple malignant lymphoma of the stomach;diffuse small cleaved cell type(diffuse medium cell type by LSG classification).

 2) Nine lesions present(sm depth invasion).

 3) No metastasis to lymph nodes.

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