Todos los pacientes tratados, estaban diagnosticados de carcinomatosis
The first three sections of the book cover sexuality after different types of men's and women's cancers; causes, mechanisms, histopathology, and combined modality treatment of Hodgkin's lymphoma; and imaging, surgical techniques, and long-term results in the management of peritoneal carcinomatosis
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To the investigators' surprise, a host of potential causes--among them, the number of previous bevacizumab (Avastin) regimens, carcinomatosis
, bowel involvement on CT scan, and history of small bowel obstruction--produced no significant associations with bowel complications.
The phenomenon usually affects women who had ovarian cancer and is most common after laparoscopy with findings of ascites, carcinomatosis
, or persistent disease (in the case of second-look laparoscopy performed after completion of primary therapy for ovarian cancer).
This is also known as meningeal carcinomatosis
, and can be caused by primary neuro ectodermal tumours such as neuroblastoma, tumours of the haemopoietic system such as lymphoma, or solid tumours metastasizing to the leptomeninges (e.g.
Common underlying causes include GI stretch due to constipation or bowel obstruction, mucosal irritation due to thrush, and peritoneal carcinomatosis
or other external causes of nerve irritation.
One year later, a local recurrence and peritoneal carcinomatosis
Two of the patients recruited had initially resectable liver metastases and one had a non-confirmed pleural carcinomatosis
, all of which became non-resectable after chemoradiation therapy.
Metastatic foci of the tumor were present along some of the serosal surfaces of the viscera (carcinomatosis
), especially adjacent to the spleen and the adrenal gland.
is the word used to describe a cancer that spreads widely and affects an number of different parts of the body.