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This article is from Gut and Liver, volume 8.AbstractBackground-Aims: Synchronous-metachronous gastric epithelial neoplasias GENs in the remaining lesion can develop at sites other than the site of endoscopic resection. In the present study, we aimed to investigate the predictive value of serum pepsinogen for detecting multiple GENs in patients who underwent endoscopic resection. Methods: In total, 228 patients with GEN who underwent endoscopic resection and blood collection for pepsinogen I and II determination were evaluated retrospectively. Results: The mean period of endoscopic follow-up was 748.8±34.7 days. Synchronous GENs developed in 46 of 228 20.1% and metachronous GENs in 27 of 228 10.6% patients during the follow-up period. Multiple GENs were associated with the presence of pepsinogen I



Author: Park, Seon-Young; Lim, Sung-Ook; Ki, Ho-Seok; Jun, Chung-Hwan; Park, Chang-Hwan; Kim, Hyun-Soo; Choi, Sung-Kyu; Rew, Jong-Sun

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