Caecal tumour with hepatic metastases?

Rajendra, S.; kutty, K.
February 2005
Gut;Feb2005, Vol. 54 Issue 2, p178
Academic Journal
This article presents an illustration of caecal tumour with hepatic metastases. In the given A 57 year old farmer presented with a four day history of jaundice, fever, chills, nausea, and right upper and lower quadrant pain. He had just returned from India a month earlier. Tenderness was elicited in the right hypochondrium and there was a palpable tender colon in the right iliac fossa. Blood investigations revealed a raised erythrocyte sedimentation rate of seventy-three and abnormal liver function tests.


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