52 year-old woman with chronic gastritis following a subtotal
gastrectomy 14 years previously, presented with early satiety and vomiting. Endoscopy disclosed an ulcerated mass infiltrating the
gastric wall; biopsies were consistent with malignant lymphoma, large cell type.
51 year-old woman with a history of nasopharyngeal lymphoma
developed pyrosis (heartburn) and odynophagia (pain with swallowing) suggesting esophageal disease. Endoscopy showed no lesion in the
esophagus, but revealed this extensive tumor involving the gastric wall. Portions had ulcerated (right), while other portions remained
submucosal (left). Biopsies confirmed lymphoma metastatic to stomach.
62 year-old asymptomatic man initially diagnosed with non-Hodgkin's lymphoma 4 years earlier. A recent CT scan suggested gastric wall
thickening, prompting a referral for endoscopy. Endoscopy revealed focal nodularity in the gastric cardia (left) and
mucosal edema in the fundus (right). Biopsy of both areas revealed lymphoma of the non-Hodgkin's type.
54 year-old man with severe abdominal pain. Endoscopy revealed a
3 cm duodenal ulcer to account for his pain, along with this 1 cm violaceous raised lesion in the gastric antrum. Biopsy revealed
diffuse large B-cell lymphoma.
Endoscopic images Copyright © Atlanta South Gastroenterology, P.C. All rights reserved.
Logo is Registered Trademark ® of Atlanta South Gastroenterology, P.C.
This site is presented for educational and general informational purposes only. It does not purport to offer medical advice for any specific medical condition or individual patient. We regret that we cannot provide individualized medical advice online, either via this web site or via email. Please refer to our "Notable Web Sites" section, which offers links to several excellent online sources of additional medical information.