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  1. An upper GI series in a patient with cancer of the stomach (gastric carcinoma).
  2. Stomach From the National Institutes of Health (National Cancer Institute)  
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  3. ... by the small intestine. In cases of chronic stomach problems (such as ulcers), obesity or cancer, partial or total removal of the stomach may ...
  4. In cases of chronic stomach problems (such as ulcers), or obesity or cancer, partial or total removal of the stomach may be indicated.
  5. ... Cancer in testes, ovaries, biliary (liver secretion) tract, stomach, or pancreas Cirrhosis of the liver Liver cancer Malignant teratoma Recovery from hepatitis Problems during pregnancy ...
  6. ... which food moves from the mouth to the stomach. There are two main types of esophageal cancer: squamous cell carcinoma and adenocarcinoma.
  7. ... acid and food can reflux up from the stomach into the esophagus. ... cancer of the esophagus. Frequently, dysfunction of the lower ...
  8. ... tube is passed through the nose into the stomach then into the ... or pancreatic cancer, may have abnormal pancreatic function.
  9. ... within a few days, usually known as the "stomach flu". Two other ... containing magnesium, and chemotherapy for cancer treatment.
  10. ... intestine (colon). The small intestine runs from the stomach to the large intestine. The colon runs from the end of the small intestine to the anus. The intestine absorbs nutrients and water from the diet.
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