Korean J Gastrointest Endosc.  1993 Mar;13(1):69-74.

Four Cases of Double Primary Cancer

Abstract

Double primary cancer is defined as the case of primary malignant tumors in one person, which must be arisen in different sites and have a different histologic appearances in each other. The number of reported cases of multiple primary malignant tumors has increased in recent years, because of more developed diagnostic procedure and long survival of cancer patients, We have experienced 4 cases of double primary malignant tumors which were stomach cancer with colon, bronchus and esophagus cancer, and report these cases with review of literatures.

Keyword

Double primary cancer; Stomach cancer
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