Clinical Diagnosis of Early Gastric Cancer: Roentgenographic Findings of Depressed Lesions without Converging Folds Junji Yoshino 1 , Saburo Nakazawa 1 , Kazuo Inui 1 1Department of Internal Medicine, Second Teaching Hospital, Fujita Health University, School of Medicine Keyword: 陥凹型早期胃癌 , Ⅱc型早期胃癌 , X線診断 , 鑑別診断 pp.85-91
Published Date 2000/1/25
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1403104631
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 We described the fundamental findings for differential diagnosis of depressed type early gastric cancers without converging folds. For clinical diagnosis, it is important to assess the findings of the margin and depressed area. Depressed type early gastric cancers without converging folds reveal, macroscopically, generally depressed areas with the obviously clear and irregular margins. These findings were observed roentgenographically as areas of barium with irregular margin. These findings should be kept well in mind to differentiate these lesions from other lesions i.e. malignant lymphoma, gastric ulcer, erosion, acute gastric mucosal lesion, gastric syphilis, depressed type adenoma, localized chronic gastritis, ectopic fundic gland mucosa, adult type T-cell leukemia, and gastric lesions of Crohn disease.

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