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Diffuse Sclerotic Skeletal Metastases as an Initial Feature of Gastric Carcinoma

Diffuse Sclerotic Skeletal Metastases as an Initial Feature of Gastric Carcinoma Abstract Diffuse sclerotic bone lesions in the adult are commonly the result of metastatic disease. Carcinoma of the breast and prostate and Hodgkin's disease are the most prevalent underlying malignant processes. We describe a patient who had gastric carcinoma and early prominent diffuse sclerotic bone lesions and briefly review the literature. (Arch Intern Med 140:1666-1668, 1980) References 1. Murray RO, Jacobsen HG: The Radiology of Skeletal Disorders , ed 2. New York, Churchill Livingstone, 1977. 2. Banerjee AK, Banerjee K, Bhallacharya B: Osteosclerotic bony metastases from carcinoma stomach. J Indian Med Assoc 68:38-39, 1977. 3. Okuhara M, Omizo K: Two cases of stomach cancer with systemic metastasis. Iryo 23:1463-1467, 1969. 4. Shanks SC, Kerley P: A Textbook of X-ray Diagnosis . Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co, 1971, p 542. 5. Pear BL: Skeletal manifestations of the lymphomas and leukemia. Semin Roentgenol 9:229-240, 1974.Crossref 6. Hertz M, Solomon A, Aghai E: 'Ivory vertebra' in Hodgkin's disease: Restoration of trabecular pattern after therapy. JAMA 238:2402, 1977.Crossref 7. Foley MD, Baum JK, Wheeler RH: Diffuse osteosclerosis with lymphatic lymphoma: A case report. Radiology 117:553-554, 1975.Crossref 8. Patten JT: Sclerotic bone lesions. Radiography 34:3-12, 1968. 9. Sugiura Y, Tokumasa Y, Magoya J: Sclerosteosis. J Bone Joint Surg Am 57:273, 1975. http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Archives of Internal Medicine American Medical Association

Diffuse Sclerotic Skeletal Metastases as an Initial Feature of Gastric Carcinoma

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American Medical Association
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Copyright © 1980 American Medical Association. All Rights Reserved.
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0003-9926
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1538-3679
DOI
10.1001/archinte.1980.00330230112023
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Abstract

Abstract Diffuse sclerotic bone lesions in the adult are commonly the result of metastatic disease. Carcinoma of the breast and prostate and Hodgkin's disease are the most prevalent underlying malignant processes. We describe a patient who had gastric carcinoma and early prominent diffuse sclerotic bone lesions and briefly review the literature. (Arch Intern Med 140:1666-1668, 1980) References 1. Murray RO, Jacobsen HG: The Radiology of Skeletal Disorders , ed 2. New York, Churchill Livingstone, 1977. 2. Banerjee AK, Banerjee K, Bhallacharya B: Osteosclerotic bony metastases from carcinoma stomach. J Indian Med Assoc 68:38-39, 1977. 3. Okuhara M, Omizo K: Two cases of stomach cancer with systemic metastasis. Iryo 23:1463-1467, 1969. 4. Shanks SC, Kerley P: A Textbook of X-ray Diagnosis . Philadelphia, WB Saunders Co, 1971, p 542. 5. Pear BL: Skeletal manifestations of the lymphomas and leukemia. Semin Roentgenol 9:229-240, 1974.Crossref 6. Hertz M, Solomon A, Aghai E: 'Ivory vertebra' in Hodgkin's disease: Restoration of trabecular pattern after therapy. JAMA 238:2402, 1977.Crossref 7. Foley MD, Baum JK, Wheeler RH: Diffuse osteosclerosis with lymphatic lymphoma: A case report. Radiology 117:553-554, 1975.Crossref 8. Patten JT: Sclerotic bone lesions. Radiography 34:3-12, 1968. 9. Sugiura Y, Tokumasa Y, Magoya J: Sclerosteosis. J Bone Joint Surg Am 57:273, 1975.

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Archives of Internal MedicineAmerican Medical Association

Published: Dec 1, 1980

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