Tag Archive: CT scan

20 Years and Counting Since LMS Diagnosis

IT WAS November 16, 2000 when my husband and I were told by my Gynecologist that the biopsy done October 29, 2000, on a uterine tumor (believed to be a fibroid) removed surgically via Myomectomy, came back as Leiomyosarcoma or LMS, a very rare and aggressive form of cancer. I…
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Diagnostics 101: Colonoscopy

Colonoscopy is a diagnostic procedure making use of a tiny scope, with lighted camera at the tip, inserted through the cecum (anus) and passes through the rectum and the large intestines (colon). It is designed to visualize the insides of the rectum and colon in order to detect any abnormality….
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Health Update

THE FIRST quarter of 2018 saw me going to quite a number of health facilities, including laboratories, for follow up of my multimorbid condition. A CT scan was also done, March 18, 2018, and I still am clear, except for the lesions being watched in my left adrenal gland, right…
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