Caitlyn Lee

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BACKGROUND Following inguinal orchidectomy, management options for patients with stage I seminoma include initial surveillance or treatment with adjuvant radiotherapy or chemotherapy. The anticipated relapse rate for patients followed by surveillance alone is ∼15%, with adjuvant treatment this risk is reduced to ∼4%-5% at 5 years. After carboplatin(More)
for case report 61 -year-old male with no prior history of venous thromboembolism presents with one-week history of painful swollen leg and new onset stabbing, pleuritic chest pain. Extensive proximal to distal deep vein thrombosis and secondary pulmonary embolus is diagnosed with Doppler and CT angiogram, respectively. How should the deep vein thrombosis(More)
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