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Gastric Carcinoma

New Insights into Current Management

Gastric cancer is the second most common cause of cancer-related death in the world. There are no screening tests available for its diagnosis, therefore patients usually presents in late stages, associated with poor prognosis. Currently, many efforts are made toward new advances in the treatment strategies. The book makes an insight into the assessment of premalignant lesions, current management of early gastric cancer, risk and protective factors in gastric carcinogenesis. "Gastric cancer" provides a detailed description of the morphologic classification, molecular changes and epigenetic alterations of this tumor. The book describes the role of different diagnostic tools in the preoperative assessment of patients and the most important factors contributing to the prognosis. Moreover, it describes the current surgical and chemotherapeutic options for gastric neoplasm. This publication may open new and interesting gates for further research concerning carcinogenesis, genetic and epigenetic alterations, signaling pathways, H. pylori infection, the discovery of protective factors against gastric cancer and of revolutionary therapies of this tumor.

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Gastric CarcinomaNew Insights into Current ManagementEdited by Daniela Lazar

Published: January 23rd 2013

DOI: 10.5772/45896

ISBN: 978-953-51-0914-3

Copyright year: 2013

Books open for chapter submissions

23078 Total Chapter Downloads

3 Crossref Citations

7 Web of Science Citations

12 Dimensions Citations

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1. The Role of Endoscopy and Biopsy in Evaluating Preneoplastic and Particular Gastric Lesions

By Daniela Lazăr, Sorina Tăban and Sorin Ursoniu

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2. Management of Early Gastric Cancer

By Takehiro Okabayashi and Yasuo Shima

1454

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3. Risk Factors in Gastric Cancer

By Jolanta Czyzewska

1253

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4. Relevance of Host Factors in Gastric Cancer Associated with Helicobacter Pylori

By Elvira Garza-González and Guillermo Ignacio Pérez-Pérez

1170

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5. Fetal-type Glycogen Phosphorylase (FGP)Expression in Intestinal Metaplasia as a High Risk Factor of the Development of Gastric Carcinoma

By Masafumi Kuramoto, Shinya Shimada, Satoshi Ikeshima, Kenichiro Yamamoto, Toshiro Masuda, Tatsunori Miyata, Shinichi Yoshimatsu, Masayuki Urata and Hideo Baba

974

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6. Naringenin Inhibits Oxidative Stress Induced Macromolecular Damage in N-methyl N-nitro N-nitrosoguanidine Induced Gastric Carcinogenesis in Wistar Rats

By Ekambaram Ganapathy, Devaraja Rajasekaran, Murugan Sivalingam, Muhammed Farooq Shukkur, Ebrahim Abdul Shukkur and Sakthisekaran Dhanapal

1255

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7. Gastric Carcinoma: Morphologic Classifications and Molecular Changes

By Sun-Mi Lee, Kyoung-Mee Kim and Jae Y. Ro

4730

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8. Variants of Gastric Carcinoma: Morphologic and Theranostic Importance

By Sun-Mi Lee, Kyoung-Mee Kim and Jae Y. Ro

2940

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9. DNA Methylation in Aggressive Gastric Carcinoma

By Chung-Man Leung, Kuo-Wang Tsai and Hung-Wei Pan

1895

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10. Imaging Findings of Gastric Carcinoma

By Eriko Maeda, Masaaki Akahane, Kuni Ohtomo, Keisuke Matsuzaka and Masashi Fukayama

2008

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11. Prognosis in the Cancer of the Stomach

By Okan Akturk and Cemal Ulusoy

1459

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12. Gastric Carcinoma: A Review on Epidemiology, Current Surgical and Chemotherapeutic Options

By Rokkappanavar K. Kumar, Sajjan S. Raj, Esaki M. Shankar, E. Ganapathy, Abdul S. Ebrahim and Shukkur M. Farooq

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