Squamous Cell Carcinoma

One case of squamous cell carcinoma (D Fig. 13) was described as developing in the middle third of the

D Fig. 13. Fragment of a microspecimen of gastric mucosa. Complexes with moderately differentiated squamous cell cancer (1) and glands of the stomach (2) can be seen in the mucosa. Hematoxylin and eosin, x100

stomach, affected with polyps on the lesser curvature [83]. It was noted that squamous cell carcinoma aggravates the course of tertiary syphilis of the stomach, with acid burns; it also occurs in the stomach stump and can develop from foci of ectopic, multi-layered squamous epithelium [116, 229].

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