Jay Elsten - Neuroendocrine Tumor - Mayo Clinic
It started subtly — no sign anything was amiss, just some itching and rashes developing on both of Jay Elsten’s legs. A trip to his primary care physician in 2012 led to an initial diagnosis of hepatitis, a prescription for antibiotics and a recommendation to call again if Jay were not feeling better in a few days.
This led to more tests, including a CT scan, and the location of a tumor on his pancreas — either adenocarcinoma or neuroendocrine — and a decision of where to go next. To learn more about neuroendocrine tumor treatment at Mayo Clinic, visit:
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The tumors’ presentation in patients is so unique that some will experience diarrhea or pain from the tumors, while others will have no symptoms and the tumors are discovered during an imaging exam for something else. Some tumors are slow-growing, others are aggressive. Neuroendocrine tumors can secrete hormones, which are the source of many of the symptoms patients experience.
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