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- Causes and Risk Factors

- Diagnosis

​Neuroendocrine tumours are diagnosed by taking a tissue sample of the tumour and sending to the laboratory to be looked at by the pathologist. Following that, scans may be done to determine whether other parts of the body may be affected by the tumour. In some cases, blood tests are also needed to see if the tumour is producing hormones. 

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