(3) Outbreak of Leiomyosarcoma Arising from the Lamina Muscularis Mucosae
(Outbreak of Third Distortion)
When the stomach wall cannot bear the tensile strength of the secondary distortion, it causes leiomyosarcoma in the lamina muscularis mucosae. This stomach wall has caused secondary distortion that is in the direction from the submucosa to the lamina muscularis mucosae; in addition, the peak of this secondary distortion is in the lamina muscularis mucosae. Thus, when the stomach wall cannot bear the tensile strength of this secondary distortion, it disconnects the connection in energy flow between cells in the lamina muscularis mucosae; simultaneously, it causes an invisible hole there. In this hole, the stomach wall also causes third distortion in order to neutralize the secondary distortion. This third distortion transforms cells in the lamina muscularis mucosae into new cells each containing a large amount of momentum. The new cells indicate leiomyosarcoma cells.
Notice that also in this case, the depth of third distortion divides a tumor between a benign and a malignant one. When the stomach wall causes shallow third distortion, it causes leiomyoma which indicates a benign tumor. In contrast, when the stomach wall causes deep third distortion, it causes leiomyosarcoma which indicates a malignant tumor. That is, this mechanism is just in common to other carcinogeneses.