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Tumor markers found in blood or urine

... CA 19-9. The CA 19-9 test was first developed to detect colorectal cancer,
but it's most often used in people with pancreatic cancer. ...


Tumor Markers

... CA 19-9 The CA 19-9 test was first developed to detect colorectal cancer,
but it's most often used in people with pancreatic cancer. ...


Marcadores tumorales

... CA 19-9 La prueba del CA ... Los niveles normales de CA 19-9 en la sangre
están por debajo de 37 u/mL. Un nivel elevado de ...


Special Section: Pancreatic Cancer

... high levels of preop- erative carbohydrate (or cancer) antigen 19-9
(CA19-9), and persistently elevated levels of postoperative CA 19-9.46,85- ...


What will happen after treatment for ovarian cancer?

... cancers. Others, such as CA 19-9, CEA, and HE-4, are used most often
in patients whose CA-125 levels never went up. ...


Cancer Glossary

... c. CA 19-9 Search. a tumor marker sometimes found in the blood of people
with colorectal, stomach, bile duct, and pancreatic cancers. ...


Can pancreatic cancer be found early? | American Cancer ...

... The tumor markers CA 19-9 and carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) are
the ones most closely tied to pancreatic cancer. But ...


How is colorectal cancer diagnosed?

... Tumor markers: Colorectal cancer cells sometimes make substances, like
carcinoembryonic antigen (CEA) and CA 19-9, that are released into the ...


How is gallbladder cancer diagnosed?

... Tumor markers. CEA and CA 19-9 are tumor markers (proteins found
in the blood when certain cancers are present). High ...


How is pancreatic cancer found? | American Cancer Society

... Blood levels of tumor markers such as CA 19-9 and CEA may be higher than
normal in people with pancreatic cancer, but the cancer is usually ...