secondary tumour

secondary tumour

(1) Metastasis, see there.
(2) Satellite nodule, see there.
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Debbie is now back at work full-time and taking hormone therapy which has shrunk the secondary tumour.
The latest deterioration in his health followed reports of a secondary tumour.
It had been thought his cancer was in remission as early as last month, but the latest deterioration in his health coincides with reports of a secondary tumour.
He has a tumour in each lung and a secondary tumour in his brain caused by the aggressive disease spreading quicker than his body can cope with.
I had an ultrasound scan every three months, then in March last year I was diagnosed with a secondary tumour in my liver and small amounts in my peritoneum.
They found a secondary tumour in my left side and bacK," said Diane, whose sister also battled ovarian cancer in 2008.
uk 08701 "The primary tumour wasn't detected, but a secondary tumour was found.
RADIATION therapy based on technology behind the Large Hadron Collider "Big Bang" experiment can halve the chances of cancer patients developing a secondary tumour, scientists said.
He had six weeks of radiotherapy, which improved his condition, but treatment was stopped after a secondary tumour appeared in August.
Sometimes these tumours send off little seeds through the immune system or bloodstream where they lodge in a distant part of the body leading to a secondary tumour.
But shortly after she returned to work in January this year doctors discovered a secondary tumour had developed on her liver.