Constipation & decreased urine output

Chief Complaint A 69 y/o male presents with constipation & decreased urine output, along with SOB. History No relevant past medical/surgical or family history. Vitals BP: 125/85 mmhg, RR: 20 Breaths/min, Pulse: 87 Beats /min, Temp: 98.5 degree F Investigations BUN:Cr was 120mg/dL and 19.5 mg/dL, GFR of 4mL/min. CT showed bilateral renal masses and a right colon mass. Colonoscopy was done afterward which showed a circumferential fungating mass in the mid-ascending colon, & multiple polyps in transverse colon. Diagnosis What next investigations should be performed? Treatment What do you say?

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A case of an advanced CA colon with metastasis to kidneys which is rare with secondary acute kidney injury and shut down Considering a BUN - 120 , Creatinine 19.4 and GFR - 4 - Patient needs an urgent dialysis till the s.urea and creatinine fall to manageable levels. The metastatic colon cancer just needs targeted immuno and chemotherapy and an ileostomy - Prognosis remains poor

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