PA Thoracic Results In Patients With CA Disease?
Greetings healthy. My mother is suffering from cervical cancer stage 3B. He has undergone chemotherapy and radiotherapy. We already did ultrasound and PA thorak. The results of the Thorak PA conclusion: “Pneumonic type and subpleural type pulmonary metastases”, what does that mean? I am curious about the results of the PA Thorak mother, while the treating doctor would like to see it for a long time still early next month. Please explain. Thank you
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Cervical cancer is abnormal cell growth in the cervix. Generally, cervical cancer is asymptomatic in its early stages. New symptoms appear when the cancer has begun to spread. In many cases, cervical cancer is associated with sexually transmitted infections.
Radiological examination in the form of x-ray of the chest is a supporting examination that cannot be made as the sole reference, but needs to be carried out direct clinical evaluation and evaluation from the exploration of history and direct physical examination. Based on the information you submit, we get a picture of metastasis or spread in the lung with pneumonic and subleural patterns.
To get more information related to your condition, you should check with your doctor who previously treated you
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