clinical cases

Colon cancer Prostate cancer – adenocarcinoma Prostate cancer – carcinoma Terminal carcinoma of uterine cervix Peritoneal carcinomatosis Non Hodgkin Lymphoma Brain cancer after melanoma Eyelid melanoma Ewing’s Sarcoma Lung cancer Relapsing bladder neoplasm Liver...

liver cancer case 2

A 70-year-old patient is affected by hepatic carcinoma. He undergoes a thermo ablation intervention by means of RF (radio frequency) in the neoplastic lesion of the fourth hepatic segment . Later, a further 3 cm neo-formation is seen in the eighth segment, and yet...

liver cancer with metastases

A 65-year-old patient is affected by  hepatic carcinoma. The carcinoma is of a remarkable size and has pulmonary metastasis (as shown by CAT scan of April 19, 2002). A transcardiac catheter is positioned in the pulmonary artery, and another catheter in the hepatic...

liver cancer – case 1

Hepatic carcinoma This case as well as the following one had negative results. However, they still demonstrate that the infusion therapy with sodium bicarbonate at 5 % determines an often dramatic regression of the neoplastic masses. The 72-year-old patient that we...

medullar metastatic compression

Medullar metastatic compression The 40-year-old patient underwent surgical intervention several months prior (left radical mastectomy) for breast cancer seven months earlier. After three months of chemotherapy, the patient is affected by: “diffused pulmonary and...

liver cancer – metastisized

Clinical case – hepatic metastases from colangiocarcinoma The patient I visited at the beginning of May, 2002 shows a grave weakening because of a liver neoplasm 10 cm in size. The mass was able to reach that size in spite of a prior surgical intervention on the...

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