Neuroendocrine tumor of stomach

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Neuroendocrine tumor of stomach

Synonyms: GNET | Gastric NET | Gastric neuroendocrine tumor | NET of stomach

A rare subtype of neuroendocrine neoplasm arising from enterochromaffin-like cells in the stomach with a variable clinical presentation disease course and prognosis depending on the disease type and histological grade. Most patients are asymptomatic with diagnosis usually occurring incidentally during gastroscopy however symptoms of dyspepsia anemia pain weight loss and gastrointestinal bleeding can be observed. Association with Zollinger-Ellison syndrome and multiple endocrine neoplasia type I has been reported.

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The Neuroendocrine Cancer Awareness Network (NCAN) is a non-profit organization dedicated to raising awareness of Neuroendocrine Cancer, providing support for caregivers and people with NETs, and funding for NET cancer research. Since 2003, it has been our mission, or as we like to say, our passion, to educate and support the NET community as a whole. That’s our thing.


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