Undifferentiated carcinoma of stomach
Synonyms: Undifferentiated gastric carcinoma
Undifferentiated carcinoma of stomach is a rare epithelial tumour of the stomach that lacks any features of differentiation beyond an epithelial phenotype. The presenting symptoms are usually vague and nonspecific such as weight loss anorexia fatigue epigastric pain and discomfort heartburn and nausea vomiting or hematemesis. Patients may also be asymptomatic. Ascites jaundice intestinal obstruction and peripheral lymphadenopathy indicate advanced stages and metastatic spread.
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