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5 Possible Causes for Lumbar Spinal Cord Tumor, Microangiopathic Anemia

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  • Small Cell Carcinoma of the Lung

    Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) , also known as oat cell lung cancer , is a subtype of bronchogenic carcinoma and considered separate from non-small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC) as it has a unique presentation, imaging appearances, treatment, and prognosis. Small cell lung cancers rapidly grow, are highly malignant, widely[…][]

  • Bronchogenic Carcinoma

    Bronchogenic carcinoma is the leading cause of cancer death throughout the world and tobacco smoking is shown to be the single most important risk factor. Symptoms may include cough, dyspnea, hemoptysis and chest pain and the diagnosis is made using clinical, imaging and histopathologic criteria. Despite available[…][]

  • Relapsed Small Cell Lung Cancer

    31.4 Conclusion Patients with a treatment-free interval of less than 3 months after first-line treatment, failing first-line treatment, with poor performance status or major comorbidities, or with low tolerance to first-line chemotherapy should in general not receive second-line chemotherapy because of very low[…][]

  • Disseminated Hemangiomatosis

    […] hemolytic anemia Massive hemorrhage Asymptomatic DIC is an acquired coagulopathy that is frequently seen in hospitalized individuals![] Almost 60% of these tumors are located in the cervical and cervicothoracic spinal cord segments. The thoracic, lumbar, or conus medullaris locations are less common.[] […] coagulopathy Sepsis Post-operative DIC Obstetric complications Pancreatic , ovarian, gastric, brain tumors Any cause of DIC Clinical manifestation Bleeding Multi-organ failure Microangiopathic[]

  • Sacral Hemangiomas - Multiple Congenital Abnormalities Syndrome

    […] the lesion (microangiopathic hemolytic anemia) and consumption of proteins necessary for clotting (consumptive coagulopathy).[] Spinal cord injury will depend on tumor's position and level in the spinal canal. These tumors can be detected in spinal canals on cervical, thoracic and lumbar levels.[] . , Surgical experiences with extramedullary tumors of the spinal cord. Ann. Surg. 128 (1948), 679. Google Scholar Grant, F. , e G.[]

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