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Adenocarcinoma of the endometrium uterus

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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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My mother is suffering with Adenocarcinoma of colon . Her hemicolectomey had been done to months back to remove it.But still cancer is live in her body affecting 4-5 lymph nodes. For that my ...

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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; prev history for endocervical adenocarcinoma resolved with now NED via surgery, radiation and chemo. 4 years since diag and treatment. Scans clear. Pap now showing ASCUS abnormality with HPV (6 mos ...

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confirmed that it s adenocarcinoma type of tissues. Origin has been confirmed: It s endometrium (Uterus). We ... alone ] Current Complaints Metastatic adenocarcinoma in lung. Adenocarcinoma spread in both lung ...

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i had uultasound of uterus in march and biopsy for uterine bleeding post menapausal it was okay now had d and c and hysteroscopy and came back highly suspicious of adenocarcinoma of endometrium ...

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adenocarcinoma. They took out the uterus, ovaries, fallopian tubes, cervix, and many lymph nodes and biopsied the omentum. There was no sign of anything except in the uterus. The radiation oncologist I saw yesterday said ...

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I just had an ultrasound done which showed a mucinous cyst adenocarcinoma. I am waiting to see ... 2 weeks. The U/S showed a ?myocytosis of the endometrium also. What are the odds ...

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adenocarcinoma of Rt ovary(grade II) Repeat histopathology report of same slide-----moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma of Rt ovary (gradeII)--at other institution CA125----decrease to 32 u/ml after surgery PET ...

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adenocarcinoma, Stage 1b (new FIGO staging), Grade 2. It says that it was contained in uterus but was about 79 ... made an appointment with my gyn about 6 weeks later. Turns out I had endometrial adenocarcinoma which ...

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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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After total hyterectomy coild stage ic adenocarcinoma of endometrium be treated without radiation My mother is 65 yrs has undergone hysterctomy( adenocarcinoma of endometrium) at amala hospital ...

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differrntiated endometrioid adenocarcinoma of right overy-villoglandular pattern-grade 3. i am so get tensed ...

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I ve been diagnosed with moderately differentiated endometrioid adenocarcinoma grade 2, benign endocervical tissue, high grade serous or clear cell adenocarcinoma not present. I meet with a surgeon next ...

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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.