case 1::75 year-old lady had six years previously undergone a mastectomy for a Grade 3, node positive breast carcinoma. She represented generally unwell with increasing back pain. Serological investigation showed her to be hypercalcaemic. This plain pelvic x-ray shows multiple osteolytic bone metastases. Despite treatment with a bisphosphonate she died two months later.
case2 : 82 year-old man presented to his general practitioner with increasing abdominal distension and vomiting of undigested. He had suffered with postprandial epigastric pain for a number of years but had never sought medical advice. A barium meal was arranged. This showed the stomach to grossly distended with a large food residue. The appearances were those of pyloric stenosis which was confirmed with an upper GI endoscopy. The underlying pathology was peptic ulcer disease. A partial gastrectomy with a Polya reconstruction was performed.
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