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Clinicopathological Study on Gastric Lesions Treated by Strip Biopsy

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Title: Clinicopathological Study on Gastric Lesions Treated by Strip Biopsy
Authors: Murata, Ikuo / Oda, Hidetoshi / Muta, Kohki / Katsumata, Yumiko / Nakamuta, Kohji / Tsuruta, Hideo / Ohmagari, Katsuhisa / Itsuno, Minoru / Makiyama, Kazuya / Hara, Kohei
Issue Date: 25-Dec-1992
Citation: Acta Medica Nagasakiensia. 1992, 37(1-4), p.66-70
Abstract: Clinicopathological significance of strip biopsy was evaluated in 23 gastric lesions in 22 patients. The 23 lesions consisted of 16 adenomas, 4 adenomas with focal carcinoma, 1 carcinoma, and 2 "no atypical cell"l. Strip biopsy provided precise information for accurate histological diagnosis and the depth of cancer invasion. Eleven % of lesions diagnosed as Group III by forceps biopsy and 66.7% of Group IV lesions had focal carcinoma in adenoma. Sixteen of 23 lesions were completely resected by strip biopsy. Seven lesions resulted in incomplete resection. One patient of the 7 cases underwent piece-meal resection because the lesion was too large to be resected by single strip biopsy. Four of the 7 lesions received additional endoscopic coagulation by laser or heater probe. All lesions except for 2 lesions which were resected by operation were followed by repeated endoscopy and all remained disappeared. The combination of strip biopsy and coagulation therapy appears to give great benefit in eradicating lesions.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10069/17558
ISSN: 00016055
Type: Departmental Bulletin Paper
Text Version: publisher
Appears in Collections:Volume 37, No. 1-4

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