Gastric Carcinoma and Renal Cell Carcinoma as an Atypical Presentation of Multiple Primary Malignancies

A Case Report and Review of the Literature

J. A. Martín-Pérez; C. Torres-Silva; R. Tenorio-Arguelles; D. A. García-Corona; S. Silva-González; J. A. Dominguez-Rodriguez; I. De Alba-Cruz; J. F. Nagore-Ancona; J. A. González-Luna; K. A. López-Bochm


J Med Case Reports. 2020;14(234) 

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GC is the second leading carcinoma in the gastrointestinal tract. In addition, it is the neoplasm that is associated with second primary neoplasms. It can be recommended that patients older than 60 years with a history of smoking, and especially those of the male sex, be examined for a second primary neoplasm, with the aim of early diagnosis that can increase patient survival.