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Gastric MALT-Lymphoma

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MALT-lympomas (MALT = Mucosa associated lymphoid tissue) is thought to be caused by a Helicobacter pylori-infection, and in its early stage the disease can be cured by Helicobacter eradication. Advanced cases can be cured by surgery or cytostatic treatment and the prognose is much better than in other gastric malignancies. 5 - 10% of all malignant tumours in the stomach are lymphomas. The endoscopic finding in the early stage of the disease may be very unimpressive, the gastric wall may seem somewhat thicker than normal and some small new vessel formation can be seen in the gastric mucosa. These images show a MALT-lymphoma in the gastric body.

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