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spreading pancreatic cancer

the pancreas between the head of the pancreas and the left renal vein, in proximity to the outlet to the vena cava. Both of these lesions were interpreted as  small hypervascularized expansive formations ...

List of Diseases and Conditions

inflammation Abdominal intervention Abdominal lesions Abdominalgia Abnormal bleeding Abnormal spontaneous ... DemyelinatingPolyradiculoneuropathy (CIDP) Chronic Renal failure Chronic allograft nephropathy Chronic atrial ...

Renal Cell Carcinoma

was performed. Pathology diagnosis was a clear cell renal carcinoma. The experts recommends a close routine follow up together ... symptoms I do not recommend head CT to rule out CNS lesions. Seventy percent of VHL affected patients develop retinal angiomas ...

Stage 4 Neuroblastoma

for a short part into the spine channel. Non-repetitive lesions involving the pulmonary parenchyma, the mediastinum and the abdominal ... to carry out hemochrome, electrolytes and hepatic and renal function.” - June, 2009 the CYCLE C chemotherapy treatment ...

Erectile Dysfunction in Diabetes

on 06/2008 is reported: “neither coarse focal lesions nor images referred to IPP plaques are apparently evident. (Induratio ... be sought, including vitamin deficiency, cancer, toxins, renal failure, amyloidosis and many other causes of neuropathy. A neurologist ...

Metastatic, Non Small Cell Lung Cancer – further opinion

67-year-old with multiple co morbities: Heart, renal, vascular, hypertensive. His biopsy showed left lower lobe lung mass that ... 2. Lung foci on both lungs, possibly secondary lesions. 3. Two masses in left upper abdomen , of an unclear nature. ...

Secondary Malignancy in mesentery following primary rectal cancer with multiple colonic polyps

July 2008 he had a mesenteric mass with adenopathy. These lesions had FDG uptake on PET scan. ... The patient has a high output ileostomy, mild renal failure (creatinine clearance 66L/MIN). After total colectomy Feb 2006 ...

Right Microtia

milk. Showed good absorption and weight gain. Renal: normal renal function during hospital stay. Renal function: Creatinine ... cases. In less than 15% a family history of similar lesions is reported. Most cases are isolated and unilateral. However, ...

Cystic Pleuro-Pulmonary Blastoma – additional opinion

mg/dl; ° Ferritin: 71.36 ng/ml; ° Haepatic and renal function, electrolytes within normal limits; ° LDH:336U/L; ° IgG: ... this is a type III (mixed) as the type I, purely cystic lesions tend to occur in younger infants and would often be less extensive. ...

Stage 4 Neuroblastoma – additional opinion

for a short part into the spine channel. Non-repetitive lesions involving the pulmonary parenchyma, the mediastinum and the abdominal ... to carry out hemochrome, electrolytes and hepatic and renal function.” - June, 2009 the CYCLE C chemotherapy treatment ...

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