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Is this normal? Enteritis found on ct with a lot of bowel inflammtion. Person not eaten since Wednesday and now too much weakness. Y not able to eat? Metastic colon cancer pt

Normal? With metastatic colon cancer, its hard to say what "normal" is. There are many, many factors that could cause bowel thickening seen in a ct scan. Best to discuss with the patient's health care team. Hope this helps! Read more...

Pt with metastic colon cancer with liver and peritoneal Mets. Can this cause vomitting and fever?

Possible. It depends on many factors, but those are both possible. Best to see the oncologist for more specifics details regarding your case. Hope this helps! Read more...
Yes. Liver and peritoneal mets are not uncommon when a large colon lesion invadesi the blood stream. Vomiting is a sign of retrograde movement of GI content to stomach and up into esophagus. Inflammatory changes associated with the site of the primary can induce the febrile response. PET/CAT can show extent of spread and also visualize partial intestinal obstruction for which decompression required. Read more...

Does metastic colon cancer cause vomitting and fever?

Possible. It depends on many factors, but those are both possible. Best to see the oncologist for more specifics details regarding your case. Hope this helps! Read more...
Yes possible. but check with your doctor , fever and vomiting also due to simple treatable causes , virus infections etc , not necessarily due to metastatic colon cancer . Speak to your doctor , get hydrated. Read more...