Clinicopathological and Molecular Findings of Differentiated-Type Minute Gastric Intramucosal Neoplasia.

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Summary of "Clinicopathological and Molecular Findings of Differentiated-Type Minute Gastric Intramucosal Neoplasia."

To evaluate gastric early differentiate-type carcinogenesis, we attempted to identify clinicopathological and biological differences in differentiated-type minute intramucosal neoplasia (MIMN), which was defined as a tumor with a diameter of < 5 mm.


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Name: Digestion
ISSN: 1421-9867
Pages: 1-11


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