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Possible lesions in the liver and kidneys. Have weight loss and anemia. Cancer chances?

My dad has been to the hospital today and has been told that he has leisions on his spleen and possibly kidneys. He has lost over 3 stone in the last couple of months and has developed anaemia . He is waiting to have an ultra sound scan. He has had camera down throat and up back passage and it is all clear. What could be causing this? We are thinking cancer. How will they treat this? He is in no pain or discomfort.
Asked On : Mon, 10 Dec 2012
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with this limited information any opinion can not be given. lesion in spleen and kidney may be due to congenital cysts , but whether those lesions are pathological can be commented by expert radiologist. if any suspicious lesion in kidney found then according to the size partial nephrectomy or radical nephrectomy can be done. Consult your general surgeon.
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