Lung Cancer And Radiological Imaging.
CONCLUSION: Radiological imaging is essential for the management of patients affected by lung cancer. PMID: 32445458 [PubMed - as supplied by publisher]
This patient has a severe electrolyte abnormality. Can you tell from the ECG what it is?IMPRESSION by computer and physician overread:Heart Rate 120SINUS TACHYCARDIA WITH FIRST DEGREE AV BLOCKPOSSIBLE LEFT ATRIAL ENLARGEMENT [-0.1mV P WAVE IN V1/V2]MODERATE ST DEPRESSION [0.05+ mV ST DEPRESSION]Prolonged QTABNORMAL ECGP-R Interval 220 msQRS Interval 84 msQT Interval 349 ms QTC Interval 419 msP Axis 125QRS Axis 13T Wave Axis 2I think the computer got the QT wrong. It is at least 360 ms and possibly as high as 400 ms.Hodges Corrections using 360 ms: QTc = 465 msSmith Impression: The ECG shows ...
Conclusion: From our findings, we can conclude that the issue of radiation-induced brachial plexus complication in human is of great concern. Common symptoms associated with this complication include paresthesia, numbness, pain and weakness. We recommend the use of individual dose planning and computer-assisted image segmentation techniques that support rapid and reliable contouring of the brachial plexus. Also, the radiation dose to the brachial plexus should be limited as much as possible to reduce the risk of brachial plexopathy.
LUNG cancer symptoms include difficulty breathing, headaches, and persistent chest pain. But you could also be at risk of a tumour if you develop a painful backache. Could your back pain be a sign of lung cancer?
Minimally invasive surgery for thoracic procedures has increased steadily over the last decade, with video assisted thoracoscopic surgery (VATS) accounting for over 60% of lobectomies in 2015.1 While the use of VATS for lobectomy in lung cancer patients has increased, there has also been a concurrent increase in the use of robotic assisted thoracoscopic surgery (RATS).2 Both approaches have been associated with improved postoperative complications and pain compared to open lobectomy,3,4 with no detrimental effect on oncologic resection or overall survival.
LUNG cancer symptoms include difficulty breathing, headaches, and persistent chest pain. But you could also be at risk of a tumour if you develop a strange, patchy skin rash, it's been claimed. Could you be at risk of lung cancer?
Discussion: Ibandronate loading doses lead to insufficient pain relief in NSCLC patients with CIBP.
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LUNG cancer symptoms include difficulty breathing, headaches, and persistent chest pain. But you could also be at risk of a tumour if you hear a quiet, subtle sound when you breathe. Could you be at risk of lung cancer?
Minority patients with lung cancer often have higher rates of morbidity and mortality. This leads to increased suffering among minority patients with lung cancer. Little is known, however, about disparities in supportive care needs among patients with advanced lung cancer and how these needs evolve over time.
Precision medicine has dramatically improved survival for a subset of adults with mNSCLC, yet mNSCLC remains a life-limiting illness. Prognostic awareness allows patients and caregivers to plan for the future and discuss preferences with their medical team.