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Gastric cancer occurs consecutively carcinogenic events triggered by a number of etiologic factors, among which stand Helicobacter pylori infection, associated with about 80% of gastric adenocarcinomas. If intestinal type gastric cancer appears on a modified gastric mucosa, the presence of atrophic gastritis with intestinal metaplasia being a necessary condition, the histological substrate of the diffuse type is not the formation of glandular and ductal structures but undifferentiated tumourfatcat:glvg5gbtjbc6dis6hyotqbnx2a