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Gastric Adenocarcinoma 

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medical illustration of An illustration of gastric adenocarcinoma, also known as stomach cancer.  Stomach cancer is often asymptomatic early on, but can become malignant and spread to surrounding organs if left untreated.  The adenocarcinoma originates as an epithelial tumor in the gastric mucosa and will infiltrate the next layer of the gastric wall into the muscularis mucosa.
Next medical illustration of Illustration comparing a healthy heart (top inset), to a heart with pericarditis (bottom inset). Pericarditis is a condition in which the pericardium around the heart becomes inflamed. The pericardium is composed of two protective layers containing fluid that prevents friction from occurring. Potential causes of pericarditis include: viral, bacterial, or fungal infections, heart surgery, heart attack, various medications, and some medical conditions and injuries.

Pericarditis, Illustration

An illustration of gastric adenocarcinoma, also known as stomach cancer. Stomach cancer is often asymptomatic early on, but can become malignant and spread to surrounding organs if left untreated. The adenocarcinoma originates as an epithelial tumor in the gastric mucosa and will infiltrate the next layer of the gastric wall into the muscularis mucosa.

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