Ovarian cancer is the fith most common tumour in females in the USA.
A rule-of-thumb approach is unlikely to be successful with cancer pain and will probably condemn the patient to unnecessary suffering.
In the management of deep venous thrombosis, the primary considerations are to prevent pulmonary embolism, minimise local venous damage, relieve symptoms and prevent recurrence.
Management consists as much in attempting to eliminate exacerbating factors in drug therapy.
The full range of diagnostic tests for coronary heart disease is expensive, time-consuming, and in one instances uncomfortable for the patient.