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Spontaneous regression of sequestrated lumbar disc herniations: Literature review.
Spontaneous regression in recurrent epithelial ovarian cancer.
Characteristics of the Tumors Observed in Patients with Tuberous Sclerosis Tumor type Number Subependymal giant cell astrocytoma astrocytoma 7 Treatment Follow-up 5 Surgery (shunt+tumor excision) 1 Everolimus 1 Renal angiomyolipoma 28 Treatment Follow-up 27 Nephrectomy 1 Cardiac rhabdomyoma 11 Asymptomatic 5 Murmur 3 Cyanosis 2 Arrythmia 1 Treatment Surgery 2 Everolimus 2 Spontaneous regression 7
5] reported spontaneous regression of two lumbar herniations at different levels and times in the same patient.
Spontaneous regression of metastases of RCC is occasionally reported.
Spontaneous regression has been noted in the literature [Kumar et al.
On the other hand, the optimal duration of propranolol treatment remains problematic due to the risk of recurrence when it is withdrawn before the age of spontaneous regression (generally accepted as [less than or equal to] 18 months) (16).
However, 4 months after the last chemotherapy, signs of spontaneous regression could be seen in every region of the tumor.
Angyomatous vocal polypus A complete spontaneous regression.
A case of infantile digital fibromatosis with spontaneous regression.
Doctors say spontaneous regression of remission - the shrinking or complete disappearance of a cancer without treatment - has been reported in all types of cancers, but is most often seen in those of the skin, testes, and kidney, as well as some form of lymphoma and leukaemia.

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