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Malignant Neoplasm Of Kidney Except Pelvis
CT showed mild-moderate fluid on pelvis. Having pelvic/back pain. No kidney stones. Should I be concerned? Can free fluid mean Cancer of any type?
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What might cause pelvic/back pain? To deduce its cause, more specific features of the pain and the related sequence of events + proper physical exam are essentially needed, and CT findings ordered for such have to correlate with clinical pic as deduced above. To get thing done correctly, follow instructions in
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Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
Agree w/Dr Contreras: Malignant neoplasm means that something's a cancerous tumor. The're many different types of cancer ex:skin, colon, kidney, etc. Prognosis, or how treatable something is, depends on size, type, pathological features, staging of the cancer. Hope you or loved one do well, as the word "cancer" strikes fear in people, but know that many types of cancer are now very treatable. Positive attitude/faith help prognosis. ...Read more
Metastasis: Secondary neoplasm refers to cancerous cells which have occurred at a different site (primary) and have moved (metastasized) to the secondary site (in this case brain and spine). These cells migrate by various means dependent on cancer type including via blood streamed, via lymphatics or by direct spread. The diagnosis of a secondary cancer is made by a specialist / pathologist by examining cells. ...Read more
If you have small fragments of an invasive malignant neoplasm with metaplastic squamous mucosa, does that indicate a terminal prognosis?
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No it is not terminal. But you need to tell us more about your history. Where is this tumor located? Which organ site? Is the surgeon going to remove the residual tumor/cells.
Ask your surgeon to explain it all to you. ...Read more
I have a malignant neoplasm with no symptoms. I have a strange itch on my back. Should I be seeing a doctor and what doctor should I see?
How do you know?:
How do you know that you have a malignant neoplasm? In any case, start with a primary care provider you can make an assessment and the two of you together can decide, if seeing a specialist is warranted.
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What does a radiologist mean by "benign or malignant neoplasm" of the liver? Hemangiomas have been ruled out.
We are not sure: Sometimes imaging can be 100% accurate in diagnosing a liver lesion simply based on its appearance. However, this is not always the case. Some lesions have a non-specific appearance and may need further work up to diagnose. That work up may include more imaging, biopsy, or just continued surveillance (if we think the lesion is most likely benign). ...Read more
This means cancer: A malignant neoplasm of the liver means cancer. What it doesn't tell you is if it originates from the liver, or whether it started in another organ and spread to the liver. This makes a huge difference in how the liver tumor is treated. Generally cancer that has spread to other organs is a difficult situation, but there are some examples where we have excellent therapies for these cancers. ...Read more
Why do my records say the day I had my pap smear and they discovered a polyp. Screening of malignant neoplasm of cervix?
Office manager: This is a question that should be addressed with the doctor's office manager, who would be able to clarify. ...Read more
Would cervical cancer invading the pelvic sidewall or obstructing the kidney be seen on trans vaginal or pelvic ultrasound?
Yes, but...: Any disease or life event will always display on its own pattern of full spectrum; so will cervical cancer. At its early stage, the affected feels nothing. As the disease advances, it may locally advance to damage and distort local. Nearby tissue, and to spread to far sites. So, if not treated timely, what you concern about will appear on its course of progress. US may suspect such but CT defines.. ...Read more
My auntie has kidney, lung and hip cancer, what is her length of time left, is it months or years?
Cancer: Perhaps her doctor, who know all the facts, would be the person to answer this question for you. ...Read more
Is it possible for a kidney cancer mass to be felt in the general hip area closer to the lower side?
Unlikely to be felt: Kidney cancers are rarely visible or palpable or felt on physical exam. Rarely though, a very big kidney tumor could be visible as bulge and felt in thin patients. Again this happens very rarely ...Read more
Recently been told I have localised prostrate cancer gleeson scale of 6%.I have just had a MRI scan. My consultant phoned mesomething on kidney+hip?
Reason for Gleason: The gleason score helps predict the current state of cancer and success at treatment. It is based on grade or aggressiveness of the tumor. It generally consists of two scores, primary and secondary, with the first carrying more weight. In general a score (sum) of 6 is considered a low grade tumor. The findings on an MRI may represent something unrelated. Speak to your physician for details. ...Read more
I have stage four kidney cancer witch spread to my groin terasich spine limp notes I also had a kidney removed how much longer I have to live?
See answer: I am sorry to hear of your diagnosis. However, there have never been more options for many patients with renal cell carcinoma (rcc). The most common type (clear cell) may respond well to newer treatments which have been shown to improve survival in some patients. I recommend that you seek an opinion at a cancer center (see www. Nccn. Org) to see if you may qualify for a clinical trial. Good luck! ...Read more
Small lump on lower left back right at or a little above hip bone. It moves when touched, no pain, kind of squishy. Kidney cancer? Cancer?
If you have sex with kidney cancer, after ejaculation, will that cancer be spread to the testicles?
kidney cancer. This ruptured during op to remove. Would this have spread cancer cells? He has tumours now and a little in hip bone. Prognosis?
Often life limiting.:
For kidney cancer that has spread (stage IV), median overall survival is ~ 1 year. In other words, 1/2 of people live longer than 1 year, and 1/2 people live shorter than 1 year.
With treatment, median overall survival is now ~ 3 years. In other words, 1/2 of people live longer than 3 years, and 1/2 of people liver shorter than 3 years. ...Read more
I had kidney cancer and now have pain in my right hip area and going down the right side of my bottom CT scan show a lesion in the right medial ilium?
Further testing: More detailed imaging may be helpful and possibly a biopsy of the area to determine the exact cause of pain. In cases of isolated bony metastasis, focused radiation therapy can provide significant relief from pain. Other therapies may be available as well depending on your particular situation, but it is certainly possible that'll none of this is cancer related. Good luck and keep in touch! ...Read more
Lower back pain/cramping in pelvis-goes down thighs/ winced in pain when dr. Pushed on right pelvis ovary area, said he felt something, cancer at 27?!, sent me 4 pelvic ultrasound, scared 4 result
Please try not to:
Worry too much. There are many reasons why you might have pain including ovarian cysts.
Please complete the workup with the ultrasound examination. ...Read more
My mother has kidney cancer which spread to the bone causing her arm to break. Now there's tumours on her hip and spine. What's her survival rate plea?
Lots of things: That something is rather nonspecific it could be many things it is best to see your doctor to figure it out more clearly. ...Read more
Right side pelvic, lower back and hip pain? Cancer? Or other possibilities, please? Movement makes pelvic pain worse. Thank you in advance!
Back pain&ovarianCA: Ovarian ca is the silent ca. It is hard to diagnosis and it can be easily confused with other problems. Symptoms are bloating, pelvic and back pain, frequent urination, difficulty eating, weight loss, which have been present for at least 6-12 months. The most common cause of frequency and back pain is a bladder infection...But pleas see your doctor and get checked out for both. ...Read more
Since my colposcopy I have lower back pain, darker urine, pelvic cramping on the right & acne. I have a leep procedure 2morow. Could I have cancer?
A year of night sweats lower back pain weight loss anaemia heavy periods and pelvic /hip pain. I'm miserable. Uterine cancer??
The kidneys are paired organs that lie on either side of the vertebral column. Part of their critical functions include the excretion of urine and removal of nitrogenous wastes products from the blood. They regulate acid-base, electrolyte, fluid balance and blood pressure. Through hormonal signals, the kidneys control the ...Read more
"tumor" literally translates as "mass", so even a fresh bruise could be called a "tumor". Doctors use the term "neoplasm" (tranlates literally as new growth) to describe tumors that are abnormal growths of cells. These may be benign or malignant; "malignant" = cancer. In everyday usage, we use "tumor" ...Read more
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