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BTDMJB. 2008; 4(2): 79-83


Radiological findings of metastasis of gastric signet-ring-cell adenocarcinoma

Sibel Bayramoğlu, Tan Cimilli, Ercan İnci, Filiz İslim, Sema Aksoy, Nurten Sever.

Abstract
In this report radiological findings of two cases of unusual metastasis from gastric signet-ring-cell adenocarcinoma were demonstrated. Histopathologic features and differential diagnosis of these unusual cases were also discussed.

Key words: Gastric carcinoma, signet-ring-cell adenocarcinoma, metastasis



Article Language: Turkish English


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