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Review of Carcinoid Syndrome

Review of Carcinoid Syndrome

Review of Carcinoid Syndrome: what is is and how it is treated by Joel George et al (Hampshire Hospitals and Kings Healthcare Partners ENETs Centre of Excellence)  Online Publication Date: 19 Jun 2023 Neuroendocrine Cancers (aka neuroendocrine neoplasms or NENs) may...
Carcinoid Heart Disease : The Heart of The Matter

Carcinoid Heart Disease : The Heart of The Matter

Carcinoid Heart Disease (CHD or Hedinger syndrome), is a rare condition that affects about one in five (20%) patients who have a Neuroendocrine Cancer AND Carcinoid Syndrome (CS). The precise cause is unknown but is thought to be related to abnormally raised levels of...
Carcinoid Crisis

Carcinoid Crisis

Carcinoid Crisis is rare, but if it happens, those most at risk are people who already have Carcinoid Syndrome, however, it may also occur in patients without prior history of carcinoid syndrome. It can occur spontaneously (without obvious cause) but is most...
Carcinoid Syndrome

Carcinoid Syndrome

Carcinoid Syndrome is primarily associated with Neuroendocrine Tumours (NETs) that form in the Small Bowel, but may also occur in about 10% of primary Lung or Gynaecological (uterus, cervix, ovary and vagina) NETs. It may not present in the early stages of disease,...