volume 115, issue 2, P289-292 1975
DOI: 10.1148/115.2.289
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Abstract: The superficial depressed type of early gastric carcinoma is described. The macroscopic appearance is characterized by an irregular erosion, often associated with a deeper central ulceration. The surrounding mucosal folds exhibit abrupt termination, narrowing, and clubbing. The roentgen diagnosis requires good demonstrations of detail. The double-contrast technique is most important and informative and can be used to study almost any part of the stomach.

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