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- Cyst - Pseudocyst - Hamartoma - Benign ... - Choriocarcinoma - Endodermal sinus tumor
- Teratoma - Adenoma / adenocarcinoma - ... - Experimental cancer treatment
suppressor genes / oncogenes - Staging / ...
... and retinoblastoma . The most common eyelid tumor
is called basal cell carcinoma . This tumor
can grow around the eye but rarely spreads to ... The most common malignant primary intraocular tumor
in adults is melanoma . Though most attention ...
... but there is probably a role for inflammatory cytokines such as tumor
necrosis factor alpha (TNF-α) -which is also nicknamed cachexin for ... Interferon gamma (IFNɣ), and Interleukin 6 (IL-6), as well as the tumor
secreted proteolysis inducing factor (PIF).
Related malnutrition ...
... the choice between different treatments for localized prostate cancer (a tumor
that is contained within the prostate). The choice is a trade-off ... However, symptoms from the cancer and the fear of living with an untreated tumor
may overweigh the fear of negative side-effects.
When doing trade-off’s ...
Anterior mediastinal mass
... . You can discuss the issue on the talk page .
Main article: thymoma
Most common primary anterior mediastinal tumor
(20%) in adults but rarely seen in children. It can be classified as lymphocytic, epithelial, or spindle cell histologies, but this is not very ...
... A clean margin is a medical term referring to the attempt in surgical oncology to resect a tumor
with no portion of the malignant growth on microscopic examination by a pathologist extending past a set delineation known as the 'tumor margin'. ...
... bone . 
In 1895, another German doctor, Dr. Karl Czerny did the very first documented breast augmentation when he transplanted a fatty tumor
from the patient’s lumbar region , or lower back, to a breast defect. 
Overview of Current Fat Transfer Techniques
In the ...
... in certain disease states.  Also, selective hyperproteolytic diseases have been referred to this category, e.g. critical illness myopathies or tumor
cachexia.  The proteopathies comprise at least 30 diseases that affect a variety of organs and tissues, including Alzheimer's disease , ...