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It depends on what y: The causes of any tumor regardless of its location are difficult to pin point. The retroperitoneal tumors are frequently sarcomas which require a specialist who manages retroperitoneal sarcomas routinely because a complete resection of the tumor is critically essential for a good outcome. Otherwise such tumors have a very high rate of local recurrence. ...Read more
Several lesions: If a lesion is palpable under the left rib cage the origin is most likely abdominal in origin ranging from an enlarged spleen to a palpable lesion of splenic flexure of colon. In addition several retroperitoneal masses such as the giant schwannoma and an extensive non functional pheo of left adrenal can be palpated. Left upper rib is covered by left clavicle. ...Read more
Varied: If an abdominal tumor arises in the GI tract the signs are associated with invasion of that structure. A stomach tumor ulcerates and can bleed or obstruct the stomach. A small bowel tumor can bleed, perforate or obstruct. Uterine tumors enlarge and as fibroids can fill the lower abdomen. A retroperitoneal sarcoma can grow very large. Frequently not recognized until spread to liver or lungs. ...Read more
I have unexplained deep ache in up right back 2 yrs. Mri spine ok. Chest xray ok. Mammogram ok. Ultrasound rt breast ok. Could this b missed tumor?
Not CA, can get big: Cancers (malignant) tumors lose normal control with other cells, have unrestricted growth; they can enlarge, spread by blood or lymph. Can be fatal. Benign tumors are abnormal, but not cancers. Can get big, but don't spread by blood or lymph. Generally not fatal, although benign brain tumors can cause a lot of trouble-not much room to spare in the skull. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
It depends: This depends on what kind of tumor you're talking about, and where it is. Sometimes these show themselves early, sometimes they don't. At 16 it's unlikely you have any tumors anywhere -- but please talk with your physician about any concerns you have about your health, or any changes you've noticed. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm scared of having a tumor but can't leave my house how can I reassure my self that I don't have one?
Papilledema: This refers to swelling of the optic disc caused by increased intracranial pressure. So if something is in the brain, let's say a tumor (that should not be there) it causes pressure. The skull is a finite space and if too much fluid builds up it leads to increases pressure. This can be seen by looking in the eyes and sometimes we see papilledema. Hope this helps. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If a person has a cyts or a tumor nd if it canerous can they go two years without seeking medical attention?
Whoa: Don't delay treatment for a possible cancer. Some are extremely slow-growing, some are certain to kill if neglected for two years, but all need to be addressed quickly. Our health care system is sickeningly dysfunctional but it should be possible to get you seen, perhaps at a big-city med school. I'm sorry the question arose & i wish you the best. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
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