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squamocel cancer
Georgina
Posted: Tuesday, October 11, 2016 11:25 AM
Joined: 10/11/2016
Posts: 1


My husband`s biopsy results in march this year were Squamocel carc p63+, napsinA-, TTF-1-/+. The surgery attempt was botched, the surgeon`s explanation being “too risky-the tumor is attached to the vena cava”. According to the Oncology consulting team report the diagnosis is Neo pulm. I.dex.Stage IIIA, T4N0M0. The CT prior to chemotherapy registered a visible change in the right hilum KK diameter of 74mm and in the middle segment with a diameter of 25mm.  A control CT after three cycles of chemo (GC protocol) registered a significant reduction in the right hilum (42mm) and no visualization in the middle segment, as well as bronchopulmonary ln. 15x10 an infracranial ln. 13x10.  After five chemo cycles the oncologist recommended radiotherapy (the control CT registered no further reduction, the only change being 16x10 infracranial ln.). At the moment he has undergone 13 of the 23 recommended sessions of 3D conformal radiation therapy 2Gy (per fraction). After completion of the planned 3DCRT is he a candidate for cyber knife therapy? If you opinion is negative please explain



radsrus
Posted: Saturday, October 15, 2016 1:06 PM
Joined: 10/10/2008
Posts: 4435


It will completely depend on the response and the scans done 2-3 months after treatment. In general, the role of CK is less compelling when there was lymph node involvement and vena cava involvement initially, but that does not rule it out

Clinton A. Medbery, III, M.D. Southwest Radiation Oncology buddy@swrads.org
Phytoscience
Posted: Friday, November 04, 2016 2:39 AM
Joined: 11/4/2016
Posts: 1


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