What are the symptoms of carcinoid syndrome?
The symptoms includes flushing, diarrhea, bronchospasm, pain, and right heart failure.
Liver size and normal morphology, density preserved, presents multiple focal lesions and exhibit enhancement in the arterial phase. Small calcification of 3 mm in segment VII, nonspecific aspect.
Oval mesenteric mass with irregular surface contours and small calcification in its thickness of 5 mm, determines adipose tissue retraction and adjacent vascular structures without signs of vascular infiltration with this method, measuring 3.5 x 2.6 cm in diameter, this lesion has similarly enhancement in arterial and venous phase.
In half of the ileum segment, adjacent to the above-described mass is identified mild wall thickening, categorically unidentified tumor a solid lesion at this level.