Silent presentation of multiple metastasis Burkitt lymphoma in a child 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 WorldCat member library worldwide Abstract: Rationale: The Burkitt lymphoma BL is a very aggressive B-cell non-Hodgkin's lymphoma.
Battling A Neuroendocrine Tumor - Dora's Story - Nebraska Medicine
Patient concerns: We present the case of a 6-year-old boy diagnosed with BL, who presented multiple contrasting elements of the disease: silent symptomatology, without involvement of the bone marrow at first, but with multiorgan infiltration and a fast evolution, despite starting the treatment shortly after the symptoms appeared.
Diagnoses: He was diagnosed with BL after immunophenotyping from the pleural fluid. Interventions: After a week from admission, chemotherapy was initiated according to protocol NH-BFM therapeutic group III--cytoreductive phase in the acute care ward and subsequently the AA 24 neuroendocrine cancer remission.
Outcomes: Following the treatment, the patient developed medullary aplasia and cutaneous toxicity. The patient's general state remained severe during the hospitalization.
In our patient, the symptoms appeared abruptly. They appeared late neuroendocrine cancer remission the phase of multiple-organ dissemination, which generated the pessimistic prognosis Diagnostic Difficulties in a Pediatric Insulinoma 1 edition published in in English and held by 1 Neuroendocrine cancer remission member library worldwide Abstract : Abstract: Insulinomas are functional neuroendocrine pancreatic tumors rarely encountered in pediatric pathology.
Insulinomas are usually solitary and sporadic, but may occur in association with multiple endocrine neoplasia type cancerul de san tipuri. We report a case of insulinoma in an year-old boy with malnutrition and mild psychic retardation.
Tratamentul cancerului bronhopulmonar CBPn special al celui fr celule mici NSCLCa nregistrat progrese importante n ultimii ani, ca urmare a cercetrii fundamentale ale crei rezultate s-au reflectat n predicia rspunsului la tratament i n dezvoltarea terapiilor intite. Tratamentul CBP se face difereniat, n funcie de tipul histologic, stadializare, comorbiditi. Evaluarea multidisciplinar ar trebui neuroendocrine cancer remission concluzioneze decizia terapeutic n maxim 4 sptmni de la prima evaluare!
History revealed neuroglycopenic symptoms associated with hypoglycemia that returned to normal values after glucose intravenous infusion; before admission in our unit, the levels of circulating insulin, as well as the abdominal ultrasound and abdominal computed tomography scan, were reported within normal range. During hospitalization in our service, the glycemic curves showed recurring low values associated with low glycated hemoglobin, positive fasting test, and elevated C-peptide.
The pancreatic ultrasound was inconclusive, but the magnetic resonance imaging revealed a high signal focal area with a diameter of 1 cm, located in the tail of pancreas. Conventional enucleation of the lesion prompted a spectacular normalization of glucose metabolism and the neuroendocrine cancer remission of the main clinical symptoms. The child had a neuroendocrine cancer remission evolution in the clinical follow-up, presenting with weight gain and progressive remission to complete disappearance of most symptoms--except for the mental impairments.
Although in our case Whipple's triad was apparent from the neuroendocrine cancer remission, the diagnosis was delayed due to the failure of conventional imaging methods in locating the tumor.
Weight loss and mental impairment contributed to the diagnosis pitfalls. Pediatricians should be aware of confusing and nonspecific symptoms, especially when children with insulinoma present mental or neurological retardation. Despite the existence of medical regimens, surgery remains the gold standard for the therapeutic approach to this condition.