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[Gastric cancer 807. EGC (fundic gland type)]

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Follow up endoscopy for a 50 years old male with a polyp (previous biopsy: hyperplastic polyp) was done and the forceps biopsy was atypical proliferation of fundic glands, suggestive of tubular adenocaricnoma, well differentiated, fundic gland type. ESD was done under the impression of r/o EGC.

ESD: Early gastric carcinoma
1. Location : high body, greater curvature
2. Gross type : EGC type IIa
3. Histologic type : tubular adenocarcinoma, W/D (fundic gland type)
4. Histologic type by Lauren : intestinal
5. Size of carcinoma : (1) longest diameter, 18 mm (2) vertical diameter, 11 mm
6. Depth of invasion : invades submucosa, (depth of sm invasion : 300 ㎛) (pT1b)
7. Resection margin : free from carcinoma(N) safety margin : distal 5 mm, proximal 5 mm, anterior 12 mm, posterior 1 mm, deep 50 ㎛
8. Lymphatic invasion : not identified(N)
9. Venous invasion : not identified(N)
10. Perineural invasion : not identified(N)
11. Microscopic ulcer : absent
12. Histologic heterogeneity: absent

I suspect it may be a case of gastric cancer arising from a fundic gland polyp.

© 일원내시경교실 바른내시경연구소 이준행. EndoTODAY Endoscopy Learning Center. Lee Jun Haeng. (2019-11-8)