secondary tumour

secondary tumour

(1) Metastasis, see there.
(2) Satellite nodule, see there.
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While the primary brain tumour can develop directly in the brain, the secondary tumour, often called a metastatic brain tumour, starts in other parts of the body and spreads to the brain.
Debbie is now back at work full-time and taking hormone therapy which has shrunk the secondary tumour.
Approximately 33% of the GCTs associated with secondary malignancy occur in mediastinum.6 Malignant transformation in GCTs is rare and melanoma as a secondary tumour is even rarely reported.
"They found a secondary tumour in my left side and bacK," said Diane, whose sister also battled ovarian cancer in 2008.
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.
But shortly after she returned to work in January this year doctors discovered a secondary tumour had developed on her liver.
Most common malignancy arising as a secondary tumour is SCC (75%) followed by adenocarcinoma (7%) and sarcomas (7%).4 Rarely Basal Cell Carcinomas (BCCs) melanomas and even thyroid neoplasms have been reported.
. To them reach target go to com/DAVID-Aged 28, he was diagnosed with testicular cancer and, after surgery, he underwent five months of chemotherapy for a secondary tumour in the lung.
"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.