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In 1998, Tazawa and Tsutsumi (47) described a peculiar, localized accumulation of plasma cells with cytoplasmic Russell bodies (Mott cells) in the lamina propria of the gastric mucosa, which can cause raised polypoid lesions; they named it Russell bodies gastritis.
Microscopically, the fragments were covered by stratified nonkeratinizing squamous mucosa containing a dense subepithelial infiltrate of plasma cells with numerous Russell bodies, occasional neutrophils, and large foamy histiocytes (Figures 2 and 3).
The underlying submucosa revealed a diffuse granulomatous inflammation (Figure 1) with numerous plasma cells, some of which contained Russell bodies.