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Tongue Cancer

58-year-old Filipino female with right-sided tongue cancer – squamous cell carcinoma. Non-smoker. Partial glossectomy (wide excision) and supraomohyoid neck dissection were done. Before glossectomy –  2 to 2.5 cm mass. After glossectomy. Whole gross specimen after glossectomy. Cut-section of specimen. … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Survivor Maxima Bernardino – 18 Years in Remission

In 2013, I posted this already in my ROJoson’s Cancer Survivors Registry. https://sites.google.com/site/rojosonscancersurvivors/breast-cancer-survivors-10-20-years-page1 At that time, I did not have a picture of Ms. Maxima Bernardino.  October 16, 2017, I was supplied a picture by the daughters who wanted it … Continue reading

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Ganglion cysts on the hand, wrist and thumb

3 different patients. Ganglion cyst at the dorsum of the hand treated by needle aspiration. Recurrent ganglion cyst at the wrist joint treated by needle aspiration. Ganglion cyst (or mucus cyst) on the thumb treated by needle aspiration. Preaspiration Post-aspiration … Continue reading

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History of my ganglion cyst on my right thumb

This can be seen in https://www.facebook.com/pg/ROJosonMedicalClinic/photos/?tab=album&album_id=673672092653843 Updated: 17oct16 See also: https://rojosonmedicalclinic.wordpress.com/2012/04/10/follow-up-on-rojosons-ganglion-cyst-on-right-thumb-april-10-2012/

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations (#44)

A.Y., a 58-year-old female had a screening breast ultrasound done in Healthcare Center 1. The report showed BIRADS 4C (moderate suspicion for malignancy) on a “breast mass” on the left side.  Clinically, there was no palpable dominant breast mass.  Mammography … Continue reading

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ROJoson’s Patients Saved from Unnecessary Breast Operations (#43)

Rkoh, a 58-year-old male, came to me in October 2017 for a second opinion on his ultrasound report which stated a right breast mass with suspicious for malignancy. When I did a physical examination on his breast, I did not … Continue reading

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Breast Cancer Survivor Ester Santos – 13 Years in Remission

Ms. Ester Santos was 61 years old when I did a modified radical mastectomy on her breast cancer in 2004.   She took Tamoxifen postoperatively.  She is now 74 years old, 13 years in remission.  We both thank God for this … Continue reading

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