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Elevation of Ca 19-9

of 5.8”; December 2005, chest and abdomen CAT scan: within normal limits; On May 2006, operative ...

Cancer of Colon with Metastases

taking FANS in 2003. The results of a colonoscopy and CAT scan carried out in November 2003 were within normal limits. Following a ...

Metastatic Heteroplasia of the Lung

70-year-old male underwent epileptic seizures. A brain CAT scan showed a space occupying lesion with surrounding edema in his left frontal ...

Papillary Carcinoma of Thyroid with Multiple and Diffuse Nodular Secondarisms of the Pulmonary Parenchyma

of thyroid papillary carcinoma by means of ultrasound scan and subsequent needle biopsy. Oct 2002: Chest CAT scan shows multiple nodulation and micronodulations , repetitive, ...

Pulmonary heteroplasia

the right hemithorax with concomitant pulmonary nodules and a measurable enlargement of lymph nodes. FBS was positive for well ... Total body multi-layer volumetric CAT scan à o    Cranial : normal. ...

List of Examinations

radiographic techniques 1 18F-fluoride PET scan 24 hour blood pressure monitoring 24-hour blood pressure ... vitamin D 25(OH)D serum level 3D reconstruction CAT scan A ABDOMINAL CT SCAN WITH CONTRAST MEDIUM ABI (ankle ...

Massive Portal and Mesenteric Vein Thrombosis

47-year-old male presented with un-provoked portal and mesenteric vein thrombosis that caused persistent radiating pains of upper ... esophagogastroduodenoscopy, upper abdomen ultrasound scan and a CAT scan of the upper abdomen with contrast medium. When the patient returned ...

Pulmonary Heteroplasia – additional opinion

cycle of chemotherapy showed either stability (by CAT scan) or an initiation of tumor response (by PET scan). (The level of tumor ...

Pulmonary heteroplasia_2

chemotherapy showed either stability (by CAT scan) or an initiation of tumor response (by PET scan). (The level ...

Neuroroendocrine neoplasia with hepatic secondary lesions

2. Your opinion with regards to the interpretation of the CAT scan: do you believe the patient's condition to have worsened significantly or ...

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