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In other words, the disease often goes undetected until it has spread to other parts of the abdomen, becomes metastasized, and the aggressive form of secondary cancer is often what causes death.
This means there are metastasized lesions present in the abdomen and by studying patients whose primary ovarian cancer is very similar; we have shown that the metastasized lesions, often the most dangerous part of the disease, are different.
1-4) We present a case of papillary thyroid carcinoma in a branchial cyst that metastasized to a lymph node in a patient whose normally situated thyroid was free of disease.
All of the tumor samples were from patients' original tumors, whether or not those tumors had eventually metastasized.
Masters also noted that, "its potential to target and kill cancer cells without invasive surgery or the toxicity of chemotherapies will provide a promising treatment for cancer patients, and specifically patients with metastasized breast cancer.
By the time these patients sought treatment, most of the tumors had metastasized to the cervical lymph nodes.
Medical researchers are seeking better ways to infer whether newly diagnosed cancers have metastasized.
The trial enrolled 450 women with breast cancer that had metastasized to other parts of the body.
Despite the recognized clinical importance of this problem and advances in the treatment of the primary tumors, treatment options for patients with metastasized central nervous system tumors are limited and results are generally poor.
to Evaluate the Efficacy of SIR-Spheres Microspheres in Combination with Chemotherapy as First Line Treatment in Patients with Colorectal Cancer That Has Metastasized to the Liver
We report a new case, which occurred in a 48-year-old woman whose disease had metastasized to regional lymph nodes.
One team of scientists treated 13 patients who had melanoma that had spread, or metastasized, to lymph nodes or internal organs.