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  • Tumours of the oesophagus
    ...he neck and abdomen. Multi-centric tumours and submucosal spread should be searched for when a diagnosis of oesophageal cancer is made. ...from an oesophageal-aortic fistula is rare. Cervical lymph nodes should be searched for. Haematogenous spread to the lungs, liver, bones and other visceral o
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  • Endocrine tumours of the pancreas
    ...n. If no lesion is detected at operation, the duodenum should be opened to search for submucosal lesions, which although rare are easily treated by excisiona
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  • Neck swellings
    ...gn or malignant, the possible sources of infection or malignancy should be searched for.
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  • Disorders of the arterial system
    ... aneurysms. An aneurysm in one anatomic location should therefore prompt a search for aneurysms elsewhere.
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  • Venous and lymphatic diseases of the limbs: Varicose veins
    A tourniquet test is performed to systematically search for the sites of incompetence. The findings on inspection will indicate whe
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  • Otorhinolaryngology
    ...ndirect mirror examination or flexible fibreoptic laryngoscopy. A thorough search to exclude tumour, including CT scan from skull base to thorax, must be mad
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  • Intracranial tumours, infection and aneurysms
    ...abilty in the young and confusion or obtundation in the elderly. A careful search must be made for a skin rash. Meningococcal infection frequently has a coex
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  • Genitourinary tract
    ...ney, liver, lung fields and vertebrae should be examined thoroughly in the search for possible metastases.
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  • Colorectal cancer and adenoma
    ...odified from the guidelines published by the National Health and Medical Research Council. ... lesions are themselves harmless, their presence or absence will guide the search for the causative mutations in FAP families.
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