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#32474774   2020/05/30 To Up

The pediatric stomach - masses and mass-like pathology.

Diagnostic imaging of pediatric gastric masses often provides a challenge for the practicing radiologist. Radiologists should be aware of this relatively unusual pathology, particularly in cross-sectional imaging findings. We will review pediatric gastric masses and mass-like lesions, focusing on neoplastic and inflammatory etiologies.
Michael S Furman, Susan A Connolly, Stephen D Brown, Michael J Callahan

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Experimental study on radiation damage ofI seeds implanted in canine gastric wall tissue.

The objective of the study was to investigate the radiation damage to I seeds implanted in canine gastric wall tissue.
Zaishuang Ju, Zhe Wang, Lin Wang, Jianxin Li, Zhong Wu, Xiang Li, Fuguang Wang, Ruoyu Wang

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#32474423   2020/05/30 To Up

Population Registry of Esophageal and Stomach Tumours in Ontario (PRESTO): protocol for a multicentre clinical and pathological database including 25 000 patients.

Oesophagogastric cancers carry a high mortality, economic burden and rising incidence. There is a need to monitor and improve care for this disease. Pathologic information is a cornerstone of cancer diagnosis, treatment and prognosis. Few population-based studies combine pathology information and clinical outcomes. The objective of this study is to develop a clinical and pathological database of oesophagogastric cancers to study practice patterns, resource utilisation and clinical outcomes.
Vaibhav Gupta, Jordan Levy, Catherine Allen-Ayodabo, Elmira Amirazodi, Laura Davis, Qing Li, Alyson Mahar, Natalie G Coburn,

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#32474113   2020/05/28 To Up

Identificationof salivary volatile organic compounds as potential markers of stomach and colorectal cancer: A pilot study.

The purpose of the pilot study was to determine the potential diagnostic capabilities for the analysis of oxygen-containing salivary volatile organic compounds (VOCs) in stomach and colorectal cancer.
Lyudmila V Bel'skaya, Elena A Sarf, Sergey P Shalygin, Tatyana V Postnova, Victor K Kosenok

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