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Differentiation of Benign and Malignant Ulcers of the Stomach on Computed Tomography

Seo IJ, Kim S, Lee JW, Jeong YJ, Choo KS, Lee SH, Kim GH, Kim TO, Jo HJ

PURPOSE: We wanted to determine the multidetector computed tomography (MDCT) findings for differentiating benign ulcers from malignant ones. MATERIALS AND METHODS: 18 clinicopathologically proven benign ulcers that had been detected by...
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Recurrent Pediatric Mesenteroaxial Gastric Volvulus: Case Report Focusing on Ultrasonographic and CT Findings

Choi HJ, Yun JH, Choi JH, Im JH, Kim SJ, Park BR

Gastric volvulus is a rare condition, and it is classified as the organoaxial or mesentericaxial type according to the axis of rotation. We experienced 1 case of pediatric recurrent mesenteroaxial...
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Gastric Inflammatory Myofibroblastic Tumor: Case Report

Lee SH, Park CM, Kim KA, Choi JW, Lee JH, Kim IS

We report a case of gastric inflammatory myofibroblastic tumor in a 25-month-old boy. The condition is very rare and is of unknown pathogenesis. Because it is large and invades adjacent...
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Usefulness of Follow-up Computed Tomography after Surgery for Early Gastric Cancer

MA H, Lee SJ, Kim SA, Lim HK, No JH, Son TS, Kim S, Kim YI

PURPOSE: To analyze the recurrent rate, time of recurrence, type of recurrence and the relationship between recurrence and histopathologic findings after radical gastrectomy for early gastric cancer and evaluate the...
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Gastric Neuroendocrine Carcinoma Presenting as a Wandering Exophytic Mass: A Case Report

Kwak HS, Lee JM, Lee YH, Kim YK, Kim CS

We describe a case of poorly differentiated gastric neuroendocrine carcinoma presenting as a wandering exophytic mass. CT imaging revealed a 14.5x10.0x8.0 cm, lobulated, solid mass with a multifocal necrotic portion...
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Remote Metastasis to the Gastric Cardia in Esophageal Carcinoma: CT Findings

Yu GJ, Cho JS, Shin KS, Jeong HY, Noh SM, Song KS, Son KM

PURPOSE: To assess the CT findings of remote metastasis to the gastric cardia in patients with esophageal carcinoma. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Among patients with esophageal carcinomas treated between June 1994 and...
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Radiologic Findings of Multiple Myeloma with Gastric Involvement: A Case Report

Kwak HS, Jin GY, Lee JM

We report a case of multiple myeloma with gastric involvement occurring in a patient who underwent an upper gastrointestinal series (UGIS), CT and MRI. UGIS depicted a luminal protruding mass,...
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Right Intrathoracic Stomach Secondary to Congenital Hiatal Hernia with Organoaxial Torsion: A Report of Two Cases

Kim ME, Pyun HW, Kim MR, Kim HJ, Kim BY, Lee JG

Right intrathoracic stomach associated with organoaxial torsion is a rare form of congenital hiatal hernia. We report the radiologic findings in two cases of complete or partial right intrathoracic stomach...
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Ductal Adenocarcinoma Arising from Heterotopic Pancreas in the Stomach: A Case Report

Ahn YS, Cho JS, Shin KS, Noh SM, Jeong HY, Song KS

Malignant transformation of heterotopic pancreas is extremely rare. We report a case of ductal adenocarcinoma arising from heterotopic pancreas in the stomach of a 64-year-old man. Preoperative CT scans showed...
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Intramuscular Bronchogenic Cyst of Gastric Body: A Case Report

Park JS, Lee DH, Lim JW, Ko YT, Lee SM, Yang MH

Developmental foregut cysts, whether bronchogenic, esophageal, gastroenteric or pericardial, are frequently encountered in the mediastinum, and are also occasionally found in the upper abdomen, where they can mimic adrenal, pancreatic,...
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Gastric Wall Thickening on Spiral CT after Subtotal Gastrectomy for Gastric Cancer: Comparision between Recurrent Cancer and Benign Thickening

Park CS, Choi JC, Yoon SK, Kim JI, Oh JY, Kang MJ, Lee KN, Nam KJ

PURPOSE: To determine the features revealed by two-phase spiral CT scanning useful for differential diagnosis between recurrent cancer and benign wall thickening in patients who have undergone subtotal gastrectomy for...
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Sarcomatoid Carcinoma of the Stomach: Report of Three Cases

Kim SH, Choi CS, Kim HC, Han SW, Yoon DY, Bae SH, Nam ES

Sarcomatoid carcinoma is a rare neoplasm of epithelial origin but consists partly of variable differentiated tumor cells of mesenchymal origin. Accurate diagnosis, including differentiation from adenocarcinoma or gastrointestinal stromal tumor,...
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Helical CT Findings of Gastric Wall Thickening by Peptic Ulcer: Compared with Gastric Adenocarcinoma with Ulcer

Jung WJ, Choi JC, Seo KS, Koo BS, Park BH, Kim CK, Lee KN, Nam KJ

PURPOSE: To compare on the basis of helical CT findings gastric wall thickening of peptic gastric ulcer with that of gastric adenocarcinoma with ulcer. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Thirty-eight patients with...
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Imaging Findings of Intragastric Gallstone and Bouveret's Syndrome

Lim SY, Seong H, Park JY, Seo CH, Jang KJ, Cho SR

Gallstone ileus is a well-known complication of cholelithiasis, but is relatively rare. Most ectopic gallstones are located in the small bowel; they are rarely found in the stomach and duodenum....
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Gastric Stromal Tumor: Two-Phase Dynamic CT Findings with Water as Oral Contrast Agents

Lee SH, Cho JS, Shin KS, Jeong KH, Park JY, Yu HJ, Kim YM, Jeong KJ

PURPOSE: To evaluate two-phase dynamic CT with water as oral contrast agents in the CT diagnosis of gastric stromal tumors. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the CT findings in...
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CT Lymphnodal Staging of Gastric Cancer by New TNM Staging System: Reassessment of the Size Criteria of Lymph Nodes

Jung HS, Lee JM, Sohn KM, Lee SY, Park SM, Kim KM

PURPOSE: In the CT staging of gastric cancer, the reported size criteria for perigastric lymph nodes (LNs) has varied, as has the accuracy of the findings. We investigated whether relevant...
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Borrmann Type IV Adenocarcinoma versus Gastric Lymphoma: Spiral CT Evaluation

Seo BK, Kim YH, Shin KH, Hong SJ, Kim HW, Park CM, Chung KB, Cho HD

PURPOSE: To distinguish the spiral CT findings of Borrmann type IV adenocarcinoma from those of gastric lymphoma with diffuse gastric wall thickening. MATERIALS AND METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the spiral...
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Efficacy of Two-Phase Helical CT Emphasizing Gastric Mucosal Phase in Detection of Early Gastric Cancer with Atypical Enhancement Pattern

Lee JH, Jeong YK, Kim DH, Go BK, Woo YJ, Ham SY, Yang SO

PURPOSE: To evaluate the efficacy of two-phase dynamic helical CT, including the gastric mucosal phase, for the detection of atypical non-hyperattenuating early gastric carcinoma (EGC). MATERIALS AND METHODS: In 32...
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Inflammatory Fibroid Polyp of the Stomach

Shin KS, Cho JS

Inflammatory fibroid polyp(IFP), a localized non-neoplastic growth of the digestive wall, is a rare diseaseand arising from the deep mucosa and submucosa of the gut wall. It is not a...
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Preoperative Lymph Node Staging of Advanced Gastric Cancer with Helical CT: Assessment of New TNMClassification

Shin KS, Cho JS

PURPOSE: To evaluate preoperative N staging of advanced gastric cancer(AGC) using helical CT according to thenew TNM classification. MATERIALS AND METHODS: Helical CT findings of AGCs in N staging were...
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