On the Mucosal Changes in the Stomach with Polyp: from the histopathological standpoint Y. Ichinose 1 , A. Yasui 1 , C. Ishibashi 1 , M. Yoshida 1 , T. Kidokoro 1 , T. Murakami 2 1Dept. of Surgery, School of Medicine, Juntendo University 2Dept. of Surgery, Tokyo Medical and Dental University pp.185-190
Published Date 1975/2/25
DOI https://doi.org/10.11477/mf.1403112156
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 Of protruding lesions of the stomach surgically resected, those of the epithelial nature were divided into polyp (further subdivided into hyperplastic polyp and metaplastic polyp) and protruding type of early cancer. Our attention was centered on the atrophic mucosal changes and the degree of intestinal metaplasia that would both come out around the original lesions. Histopathological examination of these changes shows that the afore-mentioned mucosal changes were far less evident in the stomach with hyperplastic polyp, and they displayed no tendency to become more manifest with advancing age. On the other hand, atrophic mucosal changes and intestinal metaplasia were observed to be of very high degree around the lesions in protruding variety of early gastric cancer.

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