[A Case of Gastric Cancer with Adrenal Metastasis That Responded to Chemotherapy].

@article{Hasegawa2015ACO,
  title={[A Case of Gastric Cancer with Adrenal Metastasis That Responded to Chemotherapy].},
  author={Kumi Hasegawa and Ayaka Asakawa and Ayako Kamiya and Yasushi Takatsuno and Ito Kondo and Jun Kaneko and Takeshi Endo and Shizuaki Maejima},
  journal={Gan to kagaku ryoho. Cancer & chemotherapy},
  year={2015},
  volume={42 12},
  pages={2078-80}
}
A 69-year-old man complained of abdominal pain and appetite loss. Advanced gastric cancer with bilateral adrenal metastases( stage Ⅳ)was revealed via an examination. XP(cisplatin and capecitabine)chemotherapy was administered. As a result, the tumor was reduced prominently, and his symptoms disappeared 3 months later. However, the cancer recurred 7 months later. Because of the tumor growth, the stent was detained for a passage obstacle by local increase of the tumor 12 months later. The patient… CONTINUE READING