Neuroendocrine Cancer is often small, starting out the size of a grain of sand. Often it is not visible to the most accurate scans until it gets to about half a centimetre across or the size of a pea. It can occur in various parts of your body and spread to different places too. So finding them and identifying where they started can, on occasion, be difficult.
Because of this, you may well have a number of tests before your diagnosis is confirmed – including specialist tests to ensure the evidence is conclusive. Once you have a diagnosis, some of the tests you have undergone will be used to monitor your health and the effects of your treatment.
Here we have listed the main tests used for diagnosing and monitoring Neuroendocrine Cancer ➡️ https://www.neuroendocrinecancer.org.uk/tests/types-of-tests-getting-your-results/
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