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Multiple Metastasis from Uterus Carcinoma

Metastatic uterine (endometrial) cancer is a type of cancer that originated in the lining of the uterus (endometrium) and has spread to distant areas of the body. In general, uterine cancer can metastasize to the rectum or bladder

Background

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Female age 29

Health Concerns

Multiple metastasis from uterus carcinoma, Swollen legs and Lymph congestion.

Background

Severe tumour developed in the pelvis.

Later on, the neuroendocrine tumour underwent metastasis and spread to mediastinum, liver and lung.

Before visiting Dr. Wessolly, the patient had multiple operations and chemotherapy.

Multiple Metastasis from Uterus Carcinoma BG

Diagnosis

Improved kidney impairment via lowering Creatinine level by 15%.

Creatinine is a waste product of the wear and tear on muscles. National Kidney Foundation, 2017

The normal range of Creatinine level is between 0.66-1.09 mg/dl.

Before Treatment – August 2017
Due to previous operations and chemotherapy, patient has a high Creatinine level of 2.77mg/dl which exceeded the maximum reference by 2.5 times.

Research shows high level of Creatinine is associated with serious kidney impairment and her previous doctor advised that she would have to undergo dialysis in the remaining of her life.

After treatment – October 2017
Patient’s Creatinine level has a 15% drop to 2.35mg/dl which showed signs of kidney recovery.

Improved complete blood count result (part 1).

Complete blood count is a measure to assess red blood cells, white blood cells and platelets in the blood. It is used to evaluate overall health and detect a wide range of disorders. NATIONAL CANCER INSTITUTE, 2018

Erythrocytes and haemoglobin are red blood cells (RBC) and the proteins within RBC that carries oxygen to tissues within body, respectively. UNIVERSITY OF ROCHESTER MEDICAL CENTER,2019

Before Treatment – August 2017
The normal range of erythrocytes is between 3.9- 5.2/pl and for haemoglobin is 12.3-15.3 g/dl, respectively.

Patient’s erythrocytes level is at 2.56/pl which is 34.3% less than the minimum reference value, indicating a low number of RBC.

Patient’s haemoglobin level is at 7.9g/dl which is 36% less than the minimum reference value, suggesting fewer proteins for oxygen delivery.

After treatment – October 2017
Patient’s erythrocytes level increased by 52.7% to 3.91/pl and return back to normal and patient’s haemoglobin increased 48% reaching 11.7 g/dl.

Improved complete blood count result (part 2).

Haematocrit is the ratio of RBC volume to total volume of blood and MCHC is the concentration of haemoglobin in RBC. Billett, 1990

Before Treatment – August 2017
The normal range of haematocrit is between 35.5-45% and for MCHC is between 33-36g/dl.

Patient’s haematocrit is at 24.7% which is 10.8% less than the minimum reference value. This indicates patient’s has a low ratio of RBC volume to total blood volume.

Patient’s MCHC is at 32 g/dl which is 1g/dl less than the minimum reference value, suggesting that patient’s ability of carrying oxygen to tissues can be improved.

After treatment – October 2017
Patient’s haematocrit and MCHC improved by 35.2% and 1%, respectively showing signs of improved oxygen delivery.

Treatment & Outcome

Treatment


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Outcome


Improved kidney impairment via lowering Creatinine level by 15%.
Increased red blood count (RBC) 
by 52.7%.
Increasing haemoglobin number 
by 48%.
Improved ratio of RBC volume 
to total volume of blood by 35.2%.
Improved haemoglobin concentration in RBC by 1%.

Summary

Improved kidney impairment.
Improved red blood cell profile.
Improved oxygen delivery to tissues.
Thus improving patient’s situation of swollen legs and lymph congestion.

* The case studies of PRAXISKLINIK AM SCHLOSSPARK/Miskawaan Health Group represent carefully & individually assessed clients’ treatments following extensive testing – they are only to be used as examples of treatments and not as a guideline for treatment.
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