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Vol 4, No 3 (2005): Polish Palliative Medicine
Case reports
Published online: 2005-09-09
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The late diagnosis of coexisting sigmoid carcinoma and gastric carcinoma - a case report

Maciej Słupski, Katarzyna Porzych, Marcin Porzych, Anna Grabowska-Gaweł
Advances in Palliative Medicine 2005;4(3):116-118.

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Vol 4, No 3 (2005): Polish Palliative Medicine
Case reports
Published online: 2005-09-09

Abstract

Multifocal neoplasms of the digestive tract manifest particularly in patients aged 60-65 and older. The case of patient diagnosed and treated for gastric ca is presented. Gastrectomy and the chemotherapy were performed. Follow up CT scan revealed liver metastasis. The lesion proved to be metastasis from colorectal ca. The diagnosis was given 11 months after liver resection and the removal of the colorectal ca was done.

Abstract

Multifocal neoplasms of the digestive tract manifest particularly in patients aged 60-65 and older. The case of patient diagnosed and treated for gastric ca is presented. Gastrectomy and the chemotherapy were performed. Follow up CT scan revealed liver metastasis. The lesion proved to be metastasis from colorectal ca. The diagnosis was given 11 months after liver resection and the removal of the colorectal ca was done.
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Keywords

gastric carcinoma; colorectal carcinoma; metastases to hepar

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Title

The late diagnosis of coexisting sigmoid carcinoma and gastric carcinoma - a case report

Journal

Advances in Palliative Medicine

Issue

Vol 4, No 3 (2005): Polish Palliative Medicine

Pages

116-118

Published online

2005-09-09

Bibliographic record

Advances in Palliative Medicine 2005;4(3):116-118.

Keywords

gastric carcinoma
colorectal carcinoma
metastases to hepar

Authors

Maciej Słupski
Katarzyna Porzych
Marcin Porzych
Anna Grabowska-Gaweł

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