Clinical Performance of CEAT

Sarcoma

Y.T. (female, born in 1983)
A tumor developed in the patient’s right elbow 10 years ago; it gradually grew larger, but there was no pain.  After its surgical removal on June 24, 2009, it was diagnosed as sarcoma through pathological examination.  She visited our clinic on August 7, 2009 for the first time.  After receiving 13 sessions of microwave irradiation, the cancer energy disappeared.  The sarcoma relapsed and was removed again on February 12, 2010.  Subsequently, the patient was irradiated with microwaves 115 times until December 20, 1010.  The cancer energy gradually reduced, and she now visits our clinic every two months for follow-up consultations. As of October, 2012, no abnormalities are observed.

 

Diagnostic image of the pathological tissues

Biphasic synovial Sarcoma

Outer part of the tumor

 

Epithelial cell canalicular adenoma, spindle cell proliferation

 

EMA immunity / positive