By J. D. Pickard, Concezio Di Rocco, V. V. Dolenc, R. Fahlbusch, N. De Tribolet
Offers a suite of papers representing fields of neurosurgery and similar parts within which very important fresh advances were made. Discusses issues of attention, scientific review and surgical thoughts in temporal lobe epilepsy, and extra. backed by means of the eu organization of Neurosurgical Societies.
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Esophageal endosonography. A: Image of superﬁcial cancer of gastric cardia (arrows). B: T1 tumor with an intact outer hypoechoic layer. C: Cancer invading muscularis propria. The outer hyperechoic layer is discontinuous and this tumor is thus stage T2. D: Tumor invading beyond the serosa; it is thus stage T3. Enlarged nodes were also present. The tumor is thus stage T4. 22. ) cancer achieve greater 5-year survival either with surgery only or surgery plus adjuvant chemoradiotherapy than with primary radiation therapy only.
Some appear polypoid, and imaging suggests a ﬁbrovascular polyp. A hypopharyngeal liposarcoma grew submucosally into the esophagus (85). A rare malignant ﬁbrous histiocytoma presents as a soft tissue polyp. A carcinosarcoma is uncommon in the esophagus. Histologically, these tumors show elements of both squamous cell carcinoma and sarcoma. Histogenesis is believed to involve metaplasia of some carcinomatous cells toward mesenchymal differentiation. Only rarely is a carcinosarcoma a result of simultaneous adjacent tumor development from both epithelial and mesenchymal tissue, identiﬁed by distinct immunoreactive and genetic clonalities in the two components.
26. Esophageal lymphoma. A: A diffuse inﬁltrating, ulcerating tumor (arrows) was believed to have been induced by cyclosporin. ) B: Recurrent lymphoma presenting as multiple nodules (arrows). 32 ADVANCED IMAGING OF THE ABDOMEN coma is generally made only by the pathologist and even then often with difﬁculty. Dysphagia is the usual presentation. An occasional patient manifests with bleeding or pain. Leiomyosarcomas tend to metastasize late in their course. , mid-to-distal esophagus). The rare one found more proximally presumably originates either from the vessel wall or muscularis mucosa.