Browsing by Subject "Clinical examination"
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(2005)The diagnosis of a brain metastasis is usually made during the routine follow up examinations of patients with known cancer, who are under the care of oncology departments. The involvement of the neurosurgeon depends on ...
CENP-B specific anti-centromere autoantibodies heralding small-cell lung cancer. A case study and review of the literature (2008)We report on a small-cell lung cancer case that was heralded by the presence of CENP-B specific anti-centromere autoantibodies (ACA) detected well before the diagnosis of cancer. The patient received chemotherapy plus ...