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Mom 60. Abdomen CT shows has hypo dens liver masses no hbs afp 4.46 echinococesus <1:16 ca-125 >5000 is its ovarian cancer or not & on which stage?

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Dr. Herbert Hoover
General Practice
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In brief: Stage IV ovarian ca

Unfortunately, it is likely that she has stage IV ovarian cancer with spread to the liver. Nothing else would give a ca125 of 5000.
She should be on biopsied for a diagnosis and be on systemic chemotherapy which can be very helpful in selected cases.

In brief: Stage IV ovarian ca

Unfortunately, it is likely that she has stage IV ovarian cancer with spread to the liver. Nothing else would give a ca125 of 5000.
She should be on biopsied for a diagnosis and be on systemic chemotherapy which can be very helpful in selected cases.
Dr. Herbert Hoover
Dr. Herbert Hoover
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Dr. Kamran Janjua
Radiology

In brief: Depends on imaging

An answer to that question can only be determined by reviewing the actual images (staging requires visualizing at least the abdomen and pelvis).
An abdomen ct can be submitted to http://conciergeradiologist.Com in the next month for an assessment that would better be able to answer your question.

In brief: Depends on imaging

An answer to that question can only be determined by reviewing the actual images (staging requires visualizing at least the abdomen and pelvis).
An abdomen ct can be submitted to http://conciergeradiologist.Com in the next month for an assessment that would better be able to answer your question.
Dr. Kamran Janjua
Dr. Kamran Janjua
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Dr. Mark Doherty
It's a little bit unusual for ovarian cancer to invade inside the liver. Perhaps a needle biopsy would help determine the cause of the abnormal imaging. Ovarian cancer is staged by surgery, not by imaging, and surgery may eventually be rwquired to determine your mom's abnormality.
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