Status of the Gastric Mucosa with Endoscopically Diagnosed Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumor
Endoscopic appearance of gastric mucosa of H. pylori- and atrophy-negative patient. Conventional endoscopic appearance. A 20 mm submucosal tumor was observed in the posterior wall of the middle gastric body. Conventional endoscopic findings were considered negative for H. Pylori.