Date of Admission: 09/29/07
Admission Diagnosis: Breast cancer (IDC)
Date of Discharge: 10/08/07
Discharge Diagnosis: Breast cancer (IDC)
The patient is a 47 year old female patient with a diagnosis of breast cancer. April 2004, The patient discovered the presence of a nodule in the upper external quadrant of the right breast. A biopsy report of the nodule confirmed an Infiltrate Ductal Carcinoma (IDC). She underwent a lumpectomy and the removal of positive regional and armpit lymph nodes. June 2005, she presented recurrence in the same area of the breast and underwent a second lumpectomy. Chemo or radiotherapy were not performed. In 2006, she presented two recurrent tumor lesions and underwent a third lumpectomy. October 1, 2007, a Doppler Color Ultrasound showed a 21 x 11 mm local lesion in the right breast (with no vascularity and no adenopathy) and two benign (25 x 25 mm and 20 x 22 mm) local liver tumors. October 8, 2007, a Doppler Color ultrasound showed a decrease in the size of the breast tumor to 19 x 9 mm.
Treatment and conclusion:
September 29, 2007, administered standard SPDT treatment: 100 mg sub-lingual agent, followed by 8 days of 1 hour light therapy, sound therapy for 45minutes at 0.3 megahertz, laser therapy for 45 minutes at 680 nanometers frequency and 980 megawatts power, followed by 30 minutes of full body hyperthermia. The patient did not have side effects.