Pathology and cost effectivenss of endoscopy surveillance for premalignant gastric lesions

Rugge, M.; Cassaro, M.; Pennelli, G.; Russo, V.M.; Di Mario, F.; Farianati, F.
March 2003
Gut;Mar2003, Vol. 52 Issue 3, p454
Academic Journal
Comments on the article by Whiting et al in the 2002 issue of the periodical 'Gut,' which shows how the prevalence of gastric cancer detected at an early stage is significantly higher in the endoscopically surveyed population than in nonsurveyed patients. Cost effectiveness of endoscopy surveillance for premalignant gastric lesions.


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