Gastrointestinal stromal tumor - gastric
Epigastric pain with a palpable mass.
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A well-defined soft tissue mass (6x4.5 cm) with central necrosis and moderate enhancement arising from the lesser curvature of the stomach with endoluminal extension. On enhanced axial images as well as the reconstructed images the gastric mucosa is well-visualized covering the endoluminal portion of a tumor, indicating its submucosal origin.
An oval soft tissue mass (2.8x2 cm) of the left adrenal gland is noted most likely adenoma (incidentaloma). The right adrenal gland shows also a small nodule of fatty density.
Small biliary cysts in the liver.
Submucosal tumors of the stomach include mainly:
- GISTs (most common)
Additional contributor: C Boukaaba, MD.