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Ovarian Cancer with Metastases

-> CAT scan : Numerous hepatic lesions , the largest being 4 cm; hepatic hilar lymph nodes, Spleen + ... Symptoms : ascites (slight ), liver lesions Related Conditions : hepatic and lymph ...

Treatments

Hepatic inducers Hepatic resections (for secondary lesions) Herbs High dose chemotherapy High-dose cyclophosphamide ... Left hemicolectomy Left lateral segmentectomy (liver) Left shoulder NMR Left suboccipital craniotomy Lemaire ...

Small Cell Neuroendocrine Tumor of the Cervix – additional opinion

absorption of FDG is present, showing hypodense lesions of diameter 1.7cm on the left of the posterior aspect of the cervix. ... metastatic spread with the PET scan to the lung area, liver, spleen, adrenals and skeleton. In Summary: The findings of ...

Neuroroendocrine neoplasia with hepatic secondary lesions_2

diagnosed to have a neuroendocrine tumour with synchronic liver metastases. The disease was treated with an etoposide-carboplatin ... of neuroendocrine neoplasia with hepatic secondary lesions of unknown origin was established . Subsequently its origin was ... area (maximum transverse diameter 2.3 cm). The liver, which is somewhat larger than standard, shows several afinalistic ...

Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

dizziness. His MRI showed several demyelinating lesions, other ancillary tests showed demyelinating damage to the auditory and ... • Depression, mood changes, anxiety • Liver damage : pain in the upper, right area of your torso, yellow coloring of ...

Lichen planopilaris (follicular lichen planus) affecting the scalp

to resolve completely or partially the current scalp lesions that can be seen in the enclosed photos? 4) Could you advise any ... for a few months, monitoring the functional parameters of liver and kidneys; later the Diprosalic was added. In February 2009 ...

Neuroroendocrine neoplasia with hepatic secondary lesions

diagnosed with metastases of Neuroendocrine tumor to the liver, presumably from pancreatic origin, suffered from significant weight ... of neuroendocrine neoplasia with hepatic secondary lesions of unknown origin was established . Subsequently its origin was ...

Massive Portal and Mesenteric Vein Thrombosis

of segments from V to VIII ; no nodular focal lesions; normal the gall bladder and the intra- and extrahepatic bile ducts; ... vessels , its tributaries, is connected. The size of the liver is, on the whole, within normal limits, with hypotrophy of the left lobe ...

Motor Neuron Disease – additional opinion

: Complete blood count, chemistry, glucose, CK levels, liver function tests, thyroid function tests, serum protein electrophoresis ... white matter changes . There were no other intracranial lesions. The actual MRI images were not available for review. - ...

Stage 4 Neuroblastoma

for a short part into the spine channel. Non-repetitive lesions involving the pulmonary parenchyma, the mediastinum and the abdominal ... bladder without any parietal endoluminal abnormality. Liver, biliary ducts, spleen within normal limits. Non-examinable pancreas for ...