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melena or melaena refers to the black, "tarry" feces that are associated with gastrointestinal hemorrhage. The black color is ca...
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Melena & Tumor

0.89% of the posts that mention Melena also mention Tumor (16 posts)
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www.mdjunction.com
on the location of the tumor and whether it has spread to...
" ...on the location of the tumor and whether it has spread ...Local symptoms appear if the tumor is located closer to the ...the increased presence of mucus. Melena, black stool with a tarry... "

the stomach. These tumors have the ability to grow through...
" ...malignant neoplasm whose origins lie in the stomach. These tumors have the ability to grow through the walls of ...blood), nausea, gastric reflux and melena (foul smelling... "

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usmleforum.com
or melena. physical examination is unremarkable except...
" ...she denies heavy menses or melena. physical examination is unremarkable except ...a) hepatocellular carcinoma b) renal cell carcinoma c) thymic tumor d) cerebellar hemangioblastoma e) uterin... "

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www.mdjunction.com
on the location of the tumor and whether it has spread to...
" ...on the location of the tumor and whether it has spread ...Local symptoms appear if the tumor is located closer to the ...the increased presence of mucus. Melena, black stool with a tarry... "

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usmleforum.com
Yet the presence of melena in the first of the three...
" ...green. Yet the presence of melena in the first of the ...obstruct. At any rate, that is a relatively rare tumor. Embolic occlusion of the superior mesenteric artery (choice C)... "

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www.medhelp.org
of internal bleeding/melena, which remains a mystery) to...
" ...bunch of tests (after a single case of internal bleeding/melena, which remains a mystery) to rule out many things ...it could be a secondary tumor, but could I have metastisized... "

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