23 June 2021>: Articles
Challenging differential diagnosis, Rare coexistence of disease or pathologyTomohide Hori A* , Hidekazu Yamamoto D , Hideki Harada D , Michihiro Yamamoto D , Masahiro Yamada B , Takefumi Yazawa B , Ben Sasaki B , Masaki Tani B , Asahi Sato B , Hikotaro Katsura B , Yasuyuki Kamada B , Ryotaro Tani B , Ryuhei Aoyama B , Yudai Sasaki D , Masayuki Shintaku A , Yoko Iwasa C , Masazumi Zaima A
Am J Case Rep 2021; 22:e931668
Figure 4. Macroscopic findings and microscopic assessments of the gastric carcinoma (GC) in the anterior wall of the gastric body. (A) Macroscopic findings from the GC in the anterior wall of the gastric body (yellow arrow). (B, C) Pathologic findings based on hematoxylin and eosin staining (B, ×80, C, ×200). Both moderately differentiated tubular adenocarcinomas had invaded the submucosal layer. Marked lymphocytic infiltration into the stroma was seen on in situ hybridization of Epstein-Barr virus (EBV). (D) Immunohistochemical examination with in situ hybridization of EBV was positive for EBV-encoded small ribonucleic acid. EBV – Epstein-Barr virus, GC – gastric carcinoma.