Hepatic metastasis from breast carcinoma (4)

CASE : 0068

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Age: 56
Sex: F
Chief complaint: A liver mass requiring close examination (no symptoms)
Race
Asian
History
She underwent right breast conserving surgery for breast cancer (T2N0M0, stage 2A) 2 years earlier, followed by local radiotherapy (50 Gy). In the next year, liver metastasis developed in S8, and the tumor size decreased after chemotherapy. During follow up, an increase in liver metastasis was suspected, and she was admitted for close examination and treatment.
Laboratory test
[Blood biochemical examination] γ-GTP, H 91 IU/l (under 65); CRP, H 0.3 mg/dl (under 0.1); the other items, normal
[Peripheral blood examination] WBC, H 6.9 x 1,000 l (3.9-6.3)
[Tumor markers] CEA, 3.5 ng/ml; CA15-3, H 57% (24.5-38.9); ST439, 2.8 U/ml
Release date
2011-11-10
Various codes
ACR Code:761.33
Contributor: Hiroaki Onaya
Institution: National Cancer Center
Country: Japan
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