Vietnamese men can not walk for 45 kilograms of tumor and remove some tumors.

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 Vietnamese men can not walk for 45 kilograms of tumor and remove some tumors.


The Vietnam News website reported that the man was from Yi an Province, and the tumor had spread to his back, buttocks and his left leg. Photos from the website showed that the mans lower body was seriously deformed. Men usually can not walk normally, but have to crawl or take a wheelchair. The mans relatives said that the tumor grew every year, and the mans family could not afford to pay for treatment a few years ago. The tumor sometimes ruptures, causing male bleeding and syncope. Ruan Honghe, an associate professor at Deyue hospital, said he suffered from chronic loss of blood and weakened left femur neck. The doctor confirmed that he had multiple neurofibroma. Tao Wanjiang, a doctor who participated in the tumor removal, said that all the tumors were removed many times. The 23 kilogram tumor removed from the first operation was on the back and hip of the man. After his health condition is improved, follow up operation will be done. It happens that there is a similar caseu3002 3 CNN reported that a 38 year old woman in Connecticut received giant tumor removal in February 14th this year. Surgeons removed nearly 60 kilograms of ovarian tumors for 5 hours. The tumor is benign, but since November last year it has increased by about 4.5 kilograms per week, which affects the heart and causes malnutrition of the patient. Source: Xinhua editor: Fan Jiang _NN9138 Ruan Honghe, an associate professor at Deyue hospital, said he suffered from chronic loss of blood and weakened left femur neck. The doctor confirmed that he had multiple neurofibroma. Tao Wanjiang, a doctor who participated in the tumor removal, said that all the tumors were removed many times. The 23 kilogram tumor removed from the first operation was on the back and hip of the man. After his health condition is improved, follow up operation will be done. It happens that there is a similar caseu3002 3 CNN reported that a 38 year old woman in Connecticut received giant tumor removal in February 14th this year. Surgeons removed nearly 60 kilograms of ovarian tumors for 5 hours. The tumor is benign, but since November last year it has increased by about 4.5 kilograms per week, which affects the heart and causes malnutrition of the patient.