A 57-years-old-man had a diagnosis of kidney cancer with bone metastases including the spine. He was receiving treatment with immunotherapy. One week before the hospital consultation, he started with back pain, walking difficulties, a feeling of weakness in both legs, with difficulty in urination. He has had no fever Continue reading “My legs are very weak and my back hurst so much”→
A-72-year-old with a diagnosis of multiple myeloma, with an episode of prolonged fever without an improvement in his general situation after treatment with broad spectrum antibiotics and trimethoprim sulfamethoxazole.
A-52-year-old woman treated with immunotherapy after a diagnosis of melanoma. Four months after the first treatment, the patient started with petechiae and ecchymosis widely distributed along her skin.