Gastroenterology Cancer and Radiology

Stomach adenocarcinoma is a cancer that starts in the epithelium of the stomach. It's sometimes referred to as gastric cancer, although this is inaccurate. The most common sort of stomach cancer is this one. It is the third most common GI cancer after colon and pancreatic carcinoma. Endoscopy is the most sensitive and specific diagnostic method for anyone suspected of having stomach cancer. Endoscopy allows for direct visualisation of the tumour, assessment of the amount of mucosal involvement, and tissue biopsy for tissue diagnosis (or cytologic brushings). Radiographic procedures, on the other hand, are typically the first test that raises suspicion for stomach cancer, regardless of the stage of the disease.

Gastric cancer in its early stages (elevated, superficial, shallow): Fluoroscopy

• type I: a raised lesion with a protrusion into the lumen of greater than 5 mm (polypoid).

A superficial lesion is referred to as a Type II lesion (plaque-like, mucosal nodularity, ulceration).

• type III: a shallow, irregular ulcer crater with nodular mucosa and clubbing, fusion, or amputation of the radiation folds.

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