Rapid Communication - Journal of Molecular Oncology Research (2022) Volume 6, Issue 4
Submucosal tumor-like oesophageal cancer imitating a cutaneous sweat organ carcinoma.
Esophageal cancer once in a while develops as an intramural tumor with an intaglio surface epithelium. A past report portrayed submucosal tumor-like oesophageal cancer that had an covering morphological phenotype comparable to that of a cutaneous sweat organ tumor. Here, we experienced another case of submucosal esophageal cancer imitating skin adnexal carcinoma. A man in his early 60s who displayed with trouble in gulping was conceded to our healing center. He had a 30 × 30 mm submucosal tumor within the stomach esophagus and experienced halfway esophagogastrectomy. Histopathological examination uncovered that the tumor was composed of cord-like squamoid cell homes that was in part accompanied by organ structure within the inward layer, as found in cutaneous squamoid ductal eccrine carcinoma.Author(s): Chiemi Saigo