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Gastric Stump

 
 
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Disease relevance of Gastric Stump

 

High impact information on Gastric Stump

  • Enhanced induction by high-cholesterol diet of remnant gastric carcinogenesis by N-methyl-N'-nitro-N-nitrosoguanidine in rats [5].
  • In contrast with the poor prognosis of patients with cancers of the gastric remnant of tumour stages T2 to T4 according to the TNM-classification regardless of their NM-stage, patients with tumour stage T1N0 and T1N1 have a good prognosis [6].
  • These results suggest that compensatory ghrelin production can occur in the remnant stomach after the surgical removal of part of the stomach and that the proximal fundus is more important than the distal antrum and body in terms of the capacity for ghrelin production [7].
  • In noncancerous mucosa of the remnant stomach in the RB group, RUNX3 expression decreased more near the anastomosis area [8].
  • CONCLUSION: Bacterial culture had the highest diagnostic value in the remnant stomach as well as unoperated stomach [9].
 

Chemical compound and disease context of Gastric Stump

 

Biological context of Gastric Stump

 

Anatomical context of Gastric Stump

 

Associations of Gastric Stump with chemical compounds

 

Gene context of Gastric Stump

  • CONCLUSIONS: This information may help in the analysis of the carcinogenesis of gastric cancer; there is also a possibility that the COX-2 selective inhibitor to the remnant gastric cancer has a chemopreventive effect [20].
  • N-Nitroso compounds, bacteria, and carcinoembryonic antigen in the gastric stump [21].
  • (a) The ODC activity was significantly higher in the stomal portion [455 +/- 340 (mean +/- SD)] of the gastric remnant than in the greater curvature (148 +/- 107) [17].
  • To detect protein expression, immunohistochemical staining was employed. p16 promoter hypermethylation was observed more often in remnant gastric cancer than in PC [22].
  • Risk analysis of carcinogenesis in the remnant stomach with measurement of ornithine decarboxylase activity [23].
 

Analytical, diagnostic and therapeutic context of Gastric Stump

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