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Progression of Cancer
Progression of Cancer

The first illustration depicts a female torso from the hips to the shoulders. The lungs, liver, aorta and colon will be visible. This illustration show where cancer was present on the 10/14/10 scans. Adenocarcinoma is shown in the rectal wall and metastases is depicted in the liver. Hypermetabolic lymph nodes and pulmonary nodules are portrayed and labeled.rnrnThe second illustration is similar to the first one except that it portrays the later condition. There are multiple metastases shown in the liver along with perirectal and aortic lymphadenopathy. Nodules are shown in the lungs and cancer is shown in the perirectal area.

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Last Updated: Jun 17th, 2020

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