Journal of the American Geriatrics Society vol:28 issue:2 pages:71-5
Primary Hodgkin's disease of the stomach is rare, but it may occur at any age. In surgically treated patients, the prognosis is better than for adenocarcinoma. Therefore, a precise diagnosis of the gastic tumor is paramount. Endoscopic biopsy is a valuable aid. A case report is presented of a 72-year-old man in whom a diagnosis of gastric lymphoma was made preoperatively. Results were good one year after surgical therapy.