How a Basketball-Size Cyst Eluded Doctors. This CT scan, showing the woman standing in profile, shows the large cyst within the woman’s abdomen. The cyst measured about 10 inches (26 centimeters ...
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A potbellied pig named Itty Bitty is looking forward to a new beginning after veterinarians at Washington State University’s Veterinary Teaching Hospital performed a life-saving procedure to remove a 23-pound basketball-sized tumor from her abdomen.
About the size of a grapefruit. As big as a basketball. Comparisons like these are sometimes used to describe an oversized tumor. But in rare cases, ovarian tumors can grow much larger.
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That being said, the lady across the street had a "basketball-size" benign tumor removed from abdomen. She did look pregnant, but was so scared of cancer she delayed going to the doctor. Fortunately everything turned out fine, but the doctor warned her that even benign tumors can cause organ damage when they get too big.
A Georgia woman underwent surgery Tuesday to have a beach ball-sized tumor removed from her stomach, The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reported. Dora Lewis initially thought her growing stomach was...
Background: Ovarian cancer has a different prognosis between early (I and II) and advanced stage (III and IV). The mechanism of disease progression is unknown, but patients with advanced disease may have a higher propensity for seeding of the abdominal cavity early in the disease process than those with early stage.
About the size of a grapefruit. As big as a basketball. Comparisons like these are sometimes used to describe an oversized tumor. But in rare cases, ovarian tumors can grow much larger. In early ...
Most gastrointestinal stromal tumors (GISTs) develop within the wall of the stomach or small intestine. These tumors often grow into the empty space inside the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, so they might not cause symptoms right away unless they are in a certain location or reach a certain size.
I gave up gluten in January to see if I would feel better, but I honestly do not. There are days when my stomach looks as if I swallowed a basketball or that I am very pregnant. I am only 4'11 and around 115 pounds. I also have severe pressure and pain when this bloating occurs. When I am not "basketball bloated" I am still constantly bloated.