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A 57-year-old woman with non-small cell lung cancer developed multiple intracranial metastatic lesions 5 months following diagnosis and was treated with whole brain radiotherapy.
Considering these clinical findings, including abnormal PET results and elevated LDH level, modified retroperitoneal lymph node dissection (mRPLND) was performed and the metastatic lesions were resected with free surgical margins.
Evaluation of the gross appearance of metastatic lesions can reveal the presence of several features that can help identify probable tumor sites of origin.
We have therefore conducted this study to determine the status of chromosomes 3 and 8q and c-myc amplification using fluorescence in situ hybridization on hepatic metastatic lesions of primary uveal melanoma.
A follow-up computed tomography scan revealed a pulmonary metastatic lesion.
If you have a solitary metastatic lesion, instead of just saying, 'Look, you have metastatic disease, you're destined to do poorly,' this shows that by removing the lesion, you can cure some of those people," he said.
Metastatic tumors can accompany a significant population of lymphoid cells on aspiration, especially when the metastatic lesion partially replaces an intraparotid or periparotid lymph node.
It could be misdiagnosed as RCC with metastatic lesion in adrenal gland.
Cancers of the genito-urinary tract account for 10% of cutaneous metastatic lesions.
Metastatic basal cell carcinoma: Electron microscopic study of the primary and the metastatic lesion.
We present a case of a patient who presented with a second metastatic lesion 14 years after initial diagnosis.
Patients randomized to the personalize treatment arm will undergo a biopsy of a metastatic lesion to perform a targeted genome analysis using next generation sequencing.

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