Gastric lymphoma

What is Gastric lymphoma?

Primary gastric lymphoma (lymphoma that originates in the stomach itself) is an uncommon condition, accounting for less than 15% of gastric malignancies and about 2% of all lymphomas. However, the stomach is a very common extranodal site for lymphomas (lymphomas originating somewhere else with metastasis to stomach). It is also the most common source of lymphomas in the gastrointestinal tract.

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Here goes. I've been having hunger pains for about a week or two now. Im very frightened as I've had such pains before and it turned out to be a...

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I really appreciate your concern, if the lymphoma being treated successfully then it is nothing to worry because the symptoms...

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Hello I have a high EOS count and a deep ulcer that went away a year ago, but them came back this year really big. I dont feel good all over, but...

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The chances of gastric lymphoma without H.Pylori infection are really low. Moreover, there biopsies which were...

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My husband had an endoscopy the other day and a biopsy was done. The doctor suspected gastric lymphoma but said the lining of the stomach looked...

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after taking biopsy there is small wond which can be infective or may cause pain as in contac with acid this is to keep it under control

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