ONE CASE OF EARLY GASTRIC CANCER AT PREPYLORIC RING Minoru Maki 1 1Takasaki City, Gunma Prefecture. pp.993-997
Published Date 1968/7/25
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1403110832
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 One case of early gastric cancer,(Ⅱc+Ⅲ) 1.3×0.5 in size at pre pyloric ring, which produced different results respectively by roentogenological, gastrocamera and fiberscope (F. G. S.) examinations was presented. Histopathological study was sufficiently made. Changes at angulus which was thought to be Ⅱc+Ⅲ by X-ray examination was Ⅱc like scar by F. G. S. examination. Cancer was denied by biopsy. Histopathologically, the change proved to be a healed ulcer. The change at the posterior wall of antrum which had been thought to be Ⅱa+Ⅱc was diagnosed as special type metaplasic gastritis. No malignant change was recognized neither by biopsy nor histopathological examinations. This was also diagnosed as metaplasic gastritis. Some irregularity of the wall of greater curvature was noticed at the oral side of pylorus appeared on a filling image at standing position, but no disease could be pointed out. By F. G. S. examination, there was a doubt of an early cancer at the part of ulcer like change near pylorus ring, reddened excavation at anterior wall nearpylorus and at breaking point of a gastric fold.

 Cancer cell was proved by the biopsy under direct view. This case proved the usefulness of F. G. S.-type B to diagnose cancer by biopsy.

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