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Diagnosed with peritoneal carcinomatosis. Vomiting black things. Reason?

MY HUSBAND HAS STAGE 4 PERITONEAL CARCINAMATOSIS UNKNOWN PRIMARY. HE VOMITED AND IT HAD ROUND BLACK POPPYSEED LIKE THINGS. HE IS NO LONGER ABLE TO HAVE A BOWEL MOVEMENT AND CANNOT EAT. ANY FLUIDS GET VOMITED AT END OF DAY WITHOUT NAUSEA. HE IS 57 ANS WAS A MARATHON RUNNER PRIOR TO THIS DIAGNOSIS IN JAN. 28. WHAT ARE THE ROUND BLACK THINGS?
Asked On : Wed, 1 May 2013
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Oncologist, Radiation 's  Response
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Treatment- Palliative Chemotherapy with Paclitexil with Ciasplat or Carboplat.
CA-125, if raised, can help in monitoring the response.
Surgery for the small residual disease with normal CA-125 is possible and healpful in small number o of patients.
Sincerely,
Dr. Vinay Kumar,
Senior Consultant Oncology and Radiotherapy,
MAX Hospital, Mohali-6
Mob.- 91-9915542899
Res.: HN-151, first floor, Sector 10/D, Chandigarh-160010
Answered: Sun, 5 May 2013
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Oncologist, Radiation Dr. Vinay Kumar's  Response
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Treatment- Palliative Chemotherapy with Paclitexil with Ciasplat or Carboplat.

CA-125, if raised, can help in monitoring the response.

Surgery for the small residual disease with normal CA-125 is possible and healpful in small number o of patients.



Sincerely,

Dr. Vinay Kumar,

Senior Consultant Oncology and Radiotherapy,
Answered: Sun, 5 May 2013
I find this answer helpful
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