Symptoms depend largely upon the primary lesions giving rise to the condition.
A search for multiple primary lesions should be made in all patients with small bowel carcinoids.
These abnormalities, known as 'primary lesions', give rise to osteoarthritic processes.
It is the first time a skin cancer has developed in that specific area (primary lesion).
The standard approach is complete resection of the primary lesion.
In half the cases there is no history of a primary lesion at all.
The primary lesion is known as a 'pintid' and appears, after an incubation period of some months, often on the legs.
The procedure is generally done as an add-on when the primary lesion is removed.
Palliation of symptoms from the primary lesion is of major importance.
Surgery is the therapy of choice for all primary lesions.