Wednesday, September 08, 2010

Hemorrhage in metastatic neoplasms-CT

Multifocal haemorrhagic ring lesions  with vasogenic edema, possibly haemorrhagic mitotic etiology (likely secondaries).  Note- The incidence of hemorrhage in metastatic neoplasms is highest in melanoma, hypernephroma, bronchogenic carcinoma, and choriocarcinoma. Other metastatic tumours that bleed are breast and thyroid metastasis


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