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I was just looking for information on hemorrhagic complex

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Customer: I was just looking for information on hemorrhagic complex kidney cysts and whether or not it could be a recurrence of a Neuroendrocrine tumor that I had in my pancreas
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Customer: I had a neuroendrocrine tumor removed in 5/2014 since then no evidence of recurrence. ( spelled that wrong sorry) I had a CT for severe back pain and one of the issues that came up was a 1.1 cm cystic lesion with debris level most likely a hemorrhagic cyst in the meantime I developed a huge arterial clot in my illac artery that also invaded my popateal artery the last time I had a clot in the illac artery was when I had the neuroendrocrine tumor
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Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Medical
Expert:  DrRussMD replied 1 year ago.


The cyst has nothing to do with your tumor.

REpeated clotting can indicate tumor, and your doctors should rule this out.

Although there are many other reasons the popliteal can clot.

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Expert:  Dr. Phil, MD replied 1 year ago.

I don't think we can say for sure there is no correlation

Another modality of imaging may be needed to confirm

for example, an ultrasound that confirms it is nothing related to the tumor

I wouldn't rely on one scan to say for sure