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Secondary spinal metastasis of unknown primary - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hello doctor
User :   my mothere is having spinal cancer .and she had treatments 6 months before.
User :   but the doctors say that they coudent find the primary
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you?
User :   so again after doing the PET CT Scan after 6 months . it shows two areas effected.
Doctor :   ok

User :   can you please help me .and tell me whats the best thing to do .
Doctor :   i am very sorry hathif
Doctor :   i can understand your situation
User :   doctors from said they are unable to find the primary
Doctor :   what did the doctors say after pet ct scan
User :   doctor said that again she have to get chemotheraphy for the 2 infected areas
Doctor :   ok
User :   can you please tell me a test .the primary will be known
User :   she is on her 4th stage.
Doctor :   Pet scan is the apex test for such type ofdetection
Doctor :   most of the times primaries will be occult as in yours mother condition .

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