Shadia Armanious

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A patient with a 4-month history of unexplained nausea and vomiting is reported. The only abnormality found initially was severe gastroparesis found by gastric emptying scan. Subsequently, a posterior fossa tumor was found. The pathogenesis of this unusual presentation and the role of the gastric emptying scan is discussed.
PURPOSE Findings not associated with thromboembolic disease on routine perfusion lung scan may sometimes have particular clinical significance. We wanted to assess the clinical importance and overall survival after the recognition of a lymphangitic carcinomatosis pattern on perfusion lung scan. CASE REPORT We report a case of lymphangitic carcinomatosis(More)
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