1. Carcinoma of mouth
Adenocarcinoma of adrenal cortical
Left kidney lipoma
Leiomyoma of uterus
Neoplasm of anterior wall of urinary bladder, malignant
Plasma cell leukemia
Acute promyelocytic leukemia
Secondary malignant neoplasm of skin
Carcinoma of uterine cervix
Carcinoma of bone
Carcinoma in situ of bladder
Primary neoplasm of ovary
Secondary cancer of islet cells of pancreas
Cancer of prostate gland
Neoplasm of uncertain behavior of renal pelvis
Basal cell carcinoma of skin on scalp
Benign neoplasm of abdomen
Benign neoplasm of the bursa of the shoulder
CIS of the rectosigmoid junction
Malignant neoplasm of the adrenal gland with metastasis to the kidney
Metastatic cancer from the bladder to the ureter
Cancer of the stomach
4/25/XX Weight: 154 pounds, decrease from 2 weeks ago; weight then was 160 CHIEF COMPLAINT: loss of weight, here for follow-up from breast biopsy.Sally was seen 2 weeks ago, and I palpated a mass in her left breast. She was sent for a biopsy. She is here today for a follow-up.BREAST: Mass present in left breast; right breast has no masses present.BDOMEN: Normal, no masses or tenderness Patient is anxious about results of biopsy.Pathology report reviewed with patient that confirmed cancer of breast. Patient was referred to Dr. Smith at West Oncology.
The patient is a 76-year-old with a known history of cancer of the lung with metastasis to the brain. Cancer of lung was resected 6 months ago. The patient was admitted because his daughter noticed him getting weaker and because he was not eating or drinking well for the last 2 days. He has undergone chemotherapy and radiation in the past 5 months, and he has asked for the treatment to be stopped. Upon examination at the time of admission, he was dehydrated and weak due to lack of eating.MEDICATION AT DISCHARGE: Patient was discharged on Vicodin for pain management, 1 every 4 hours as needed for pain.DISCHARGE DIAGNOSES: Dehydration, metastatic cancer to brain
Patient is seen today to establish a schedule for his chemotherapy regime for his diagnosis of acute lymphoid leukemia.hemotherapy schedule was reviewed, and side effects of treatment were discussed. Chemotherapy to start of 4/23/XX.
Ellen is a 65-year-old female who presents today with severe headaches and blurred vision. She said these symptoms have been going on for approximately 2 weeks. She says that the pain is 10 out of 10 and that nothing seems to help relieve it. She has a history of breast cancer, which has been in remission for one year. A CT scan of the head and neck reveals a tumor in the temporal lobe of the brain. A biopsy was performed and confirmed this to be a metastasis from the breast tumor.
A 52-year-old female presented with a 1-year history of epiphora. During this year, the tears were not bloodstained but very much a nuisance to the patient. CT revealed a small tumor connected to the lacrimal sac and duct. Incisional biopsy revealed a benign tumor of the lacrimal sac. The patient was treated by removing the tumor.