Living with tetraplicity is a struggle
MUDr. Jana Krejčí1; MUDr. Petr Opálka, CSc., MBA1; MUDr. Bc. Petr Zůna1; MUDr. Daniel Krejčí1; MUDr. Ferdinand Třebický2; doc. MUDr. Norbert Pauk, Ph.D.1
1 Klinika pneumologie 3. LF UK a Fakultní nemocnice Na Bulovce, Praha
2 Ústav radiační onkologie, Fakultní nemocnice Na Bulovce, Praha
Multiple tumors are not common in oncology, but their proportion is increasing and they need attention. Our patient with tetraplicity (kidney cancer, laryngeal cancer and two bronchogenic carcinomas) is a demonstration of struggle and determination. Although all these diagnoses are serious and the patient has been treated since 2018, among other things, for the generalization of bronchogenic carcinoma to the brain, he has a zest for life and does not give up. He underwent operations, tracheostomy, gastrostomy, chemotherapy and radiotherapy. In the near future, we will have to decide which treatment path to take next.
non-small cell lung cancer, multiple tumors, chemotherapy, radiotherapy, tracheostomy
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