Aknar Calabrich

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In this case report, we describe a rare case of a 32-year-old man who presented a highly aggressive, fast growing anaplastic oligodendroglioma five years after being treated with whole brain radiotherapy for a CNS recurrence of a lymphoblastic lymphoma. Initially, the patient was submitted to a surgical intervention and partial tumor resection, which(More)
Carcinoembriogenic antigen (CEA) is a serum marker commonly used as a clinical tool in the follow-up of patients with several types of tumor, particularly colorectal carcinoma. An elevation in CEA levels can precede clinical evidence of recurrence, but these levels can also increase in patients with nonmalignant pathologies. Nevertheless, an elevation in(More)
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