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Source: Acta Medica Transilvanica. The extent of stomach resection in gastric cancer depends on tumour size, tumour location, depth of invasion, and the histological allocation to intestinal or diffuse type according to Laurén. The aim of this study was to determine the prognostic value of the intestinal and diffuse histological types of gastric carcinoma, and of the well and poorly differentiated types.
Material and method: In this study, we histopathologically assessed patients with gastric cancer, by well and poorly differentiated type. Well differentiated carcinoma of the stomach included tubular and papillary adenocarcinomas, poorly differentiated medullary carcinoma, and well differentiated mucinous carcinoma WDGC.
For poorly differentiated carcinoma, we gastric cancer of progression the scirrhous carcinoma, signet ring cell carcinoma, and poorly differentiated mucinous gastric carcinoma PDGC. Results: In the patients with PDGC, the tumour was located in the middle third of the stomach, with lymph node metastasis, serosal invasion T3-T4and peritoneal carcinomatosis rarely.
The patients with WDGC were with the tumour located in the lower third of the stomach, small tumour size and liver metastasis. Multivariate analysis indicated that from the pathological point of view, tumour satus, histological type WDGC vs.
PDGC were independent prognostic factors. Histological type is on indicator for tumour progression in gastric carcinoma. Copyright of Acta Medica Transilvanica is the property of Acta Medica Transilvanica and its content may not be copied or emailed to multiple sites or posted to a gastric cancer of progression without the copyright holder's express written permission.
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