Case report| Volume 86, ISSUE 2, P216-221, August 1953

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Carcinoma of the stomach

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        1. A case of gastric carcinoma is reported which was cured by partial resection of the stomach.
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        2. A second gastric carcinoma developed in the remaining portion of the stomach seventeen years later and a palliative resection was done.
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        3. A brief consideration of the gastric carcinoma problem is presented.
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