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Hypermetabolic Lesions And Cancer
Test: it is just that. You touch the arm or le with something cold ...Read more
Biopsy: All skin problems (benign or otherwise) are differentiated ultimately by their appearance under the microscope. Each skin cancer, rash, etc has a different appearance under the microscope. So...If you have a concerning lesion, it will probably need to be biopsied by your md. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
How many number of pet scans can be used safely if patient insist pet for detecting metastatic lesions after removing primary cancer?
I have HHT & diffuse AVM liver involvement & FNH, now unknown lesions.How do they determine if its cancer? HHT Liver shouldn't be biopsied. Help?
See Oral Pathologist: As specialists in the area of oral diseases, oral pathologists are usually able to determine the proper diagnosis more quickly and with a special diagnostic testing compared to other practitioners. Most oral lesions are traumatic in nature and have no potential for cancer. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can be, but not...: Bladder cancer is not directly related with the occurrence of cervical lesion or caner, but independent. But generally, one with cancer in one organ tends to have a higher possibility to have another primary cancer in other organs as compared to the corresponding general population; this may reflect the working of genetic factors and lifestyle. ...Read more
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