Sep 18, 2013 - 7:46 pm
So I got the report of the MRI and the chest/liver CT.
Unfortunatelly my rectal cancer did not responded to the radiation and chemo at all. So I need full resection. Lymph nodes look ok.
I decided to go with a surgen at Cedar Sinai in Los Angeles. He was very confident, warm, patient with us and the hospital has very good reputation. He performs around 25 rectal colon surgeries a month.
My chest is clear on the CT, however there is a "questionable new small faint low-density lesion" on the right side of the liver that wasn't on the CT in May. The radiologist and the surgeon says it's not conclusive, but just in case they ordered a liver ultrasound and if that's suspicious they may order a PET scan. I have been having this sharp pain in the middle of my chest in the back by the spine for a few weeks. I thought it was muscle spasm. But could it be related to the liver?
Those of you who had any kind of liver lesions, would you share with me what you know and what happened. MIND