Two cases of rare, benignant gastric tumors are reported. The suggest that while in the diagnosis of tumors with a mucous membrane involvement endoscopy has doubtless a leading role, tumors not infiltrating the mucous membrane are usually better recognizable by radiological (ultrasonography, computer tomography and double contrast x-ray) methods. An appropriate diagnosis followed by surgical removal of the tumor might result in a complete healing of the patient.
|Translated title of the contribution||Diagnostic possibilities in gastric leiomyoma in relation to two of our cases|
|Number of pages||3|
|Publication status||Published - Nov 7 1999|
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