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My mother was admitted to the hospital When she was moved to nursing home the primary diagnosis metabolic encephalopathy secondary diagnosis was Liver Disease, pancreatic psuedocysts and pancreatis. When we had a home care agent reivew her file to evaluate level of care she would require going forward, she found a letter from a oncologist indicating the CA19-9 levels were elevated and indicated a tumor in pancreas and indicated surgury was not advised and the family needed to be counciled. On November 9 2006 my moms primary care Dr contacted us and indicated the ca19-9 levels are higher. He told us she has a tumor and we need to watch it and is referring her to a oncologist


Posted 11/13/2006 11:29 pm by CARETAKERCGM
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