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10-05-2023 | Case-Based Insights: Oncology and Hematology | Training Course

46/♂ with increasing anal discomfort and pruritus – Case 11

A 46-year-old man presents with increasing anal discomfort and slight pain during defecation over the last few weeks. The present HIV infection is successfully controlled with anti-retroviral therapy. There has been no examination of the patient’s anal area so far. The cardiopulmonary examination findings are unremarkable. Inspection of the anus reveals a suspicious space-occupying lesion. The routine laboratory examination shows mild anaemia with normal leukocytes and platelets, CRP is slightly elevated, LDH is just above normal. How do you proceed diagnostically?

Webinar | 19-02-2024 | 17:30 (CET)

Keynote webinar | Spotlight on antibody–drug conjugates in cancer

Antibody–drug conjugates (ADCs) are novel agents that have shown promise across multiple tumor types. Explore the current landscape of ADCs in breast and lung cancer with our experts, and gain insights into the mechanism of action, key clinical trials data, existing challenges, and future directions.

Dr. Véronique Diéras
Prof. Fabrice Barlesi
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