Interactive Case Study Companion




Normal esophagus
Invasive squamous cell carcinoma










 
12 - Esophagus, early superficial squamous cell carcinoma - Very low power  
The tumor involves the mucosa and superficial submucosa. Early squamous cell carcinoma is defined as a carcinoma confined to the mucosa or mucosa and submucosa with or without regional lymph node involvement. The five-year survival rate in patients with early esophageal carcinoma is about 75%.  
   
Questions:
What is the usual location of esophageal squamous cell carcinomas?











 

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Date:5/17/2004