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Has falling down problem. Has lesions on brain and kidney. Heart is weak. Cancer?

a friend of mine was admitted almost two wks ago w/a problem falling down. scans show lesions on brain and kidney . her heart is too weak to do a tissue sample of the brain...does this sound like cancer? She is still in hospital...a FNA of liver was done yesterday. Just a general answer would be nice. She has not been told what is wrong or suspected.
Asked On : Wed, 27 Feb 2013
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Simply based on this clinical history comment on diagnosis will be very difficult, But lesion on brain and kidney seems to be suspicious. Age of your friend also be an useful information. Why FNA from liver was done is not clear for me, as you have mentioned lesions in kidney and brain. Anyway, if any malignancy is there can be suspected by the radiologist, You may better consult your radiologist.
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