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Just diagnosed with Adenocarcinoma in situ yesterday and am really nervous. ...

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We need your suggestion , Please review the attachments. give us the what are the next steps. Can we do Ayurveda treatment in parallel with Chemotherapy .

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I have adenocarcinoma tumors in lymph nodes throughout my body. As of yet the organ of origin has not been found (after 2 months of tests). My doctor said that surgical removal of the lymph nodes ...

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Sir, Recurrence pancreatic adenocarcinoma. Ca 19 9 levels -250. Celiac lymph nodes metases. On pet scan.no cancer anywhere else. Doc advised folfirinox. 3 cycles. Followed by radiation . Liver function ...

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Hello, 7 months ago i was diagnosed with Polymorphous low-grade adenocarcinoma i had a tumor in my mouth upper right cheek, I had surgery to remove this, when the results came back they said they had ...

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my husband has a gastric adenocarcinoma in fundus of the stomach know where else had 2 Upper ..., and they said he has gastric adenocarcinoma, could that be a mistake? does he has to take chemo? ...

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Hi my mom is a 68 yo diagnosed w signet gastric adenocarcinoma, more thn 2 inches and bleedingwith cavity lymph nodes affected. Contrast mri shows enhancement on the brain. She has lost brain functioning ...

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my mother,63, was diagnosed 1 year ago with stage 4 metaslatic gastric adenocarcinoma , with the peritenium involved. she had a series of chemotherapy last year, but just recently had 10 litres of bloody ...

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I am currently been diagoned with Metastized Esophogical Gastric Andocarcinoma. I had a radical Esophogetomy removing 37 lymph glands with only 1 gland involved. It was suggested I have no Chemo- Now 2 ...

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Hi, Doctor- My father was diagnosed with Gastric adenocarcinoma in late May. His CEA level was 54 on his early June blood test. Without any treatments, his current CEA level is 34. We ve been only giving ...

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fragments of gastric mucosa with inflammatory cells in lamina propria. lymphocytes, plasma cells ...

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My father was diagnosed with adenocarcinoma of the colon with mucin-secreting signet ring cells with malignancy, at the age of 63 and was immediately advised to undergo surgical resection, but unfortunately ...

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My 14 yr old daughter was just diagnosed with stage 4 Adenocarcinoma they are not sure ... someone that has survived Adenocarcinoma, Im trying to look in to some more natural things we might ...

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Name: Dr MS Malshetty/ Age: 56/63 Kg’s/Ht: 5.9’/ Gender: Male/Non Alcoholic /Non Smoker /No BP/Non Diabetic, No Asthma One month back i.e. from 1st week of March 2011 sever back got started and the doctor advised complete rest for 3 weeks with...

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Hi, may I answer your health queries right now ? Please type your query here... Hello, My question is, how long do people normally live with adenocarcinoma cancer? My good friend was just diagnost ...

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papillary adenocarcinomas are relatively rare tumours.They are mostly seen in intestine and pancreas.usually they will come after 60 yrs of age.risk factors are diabetes,pancreatitis,family history The prognosis for patients with malignant tumors of the papilla depends on the extent of local tumor invasion and the presence or absence of vascular invasion, lymph node involvement, and distant metas

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Papillary carcinoma of thyroid the the most common thyroid neoplasm. It is also associated with very good prognosis. Treatment involves lobectomy and isthmusectomy i.e. removal of the affected lobe of the thyroid gland along with removal of the thyroid isthmus.

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You should get Pap's every year for three consecutive years and if found normal every alternate years there after.