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Pathology

... ( C00-D48 ) Benign tumors Hyperplastic tumor - Cyst - Pseudocyst - Hamartoma - Benign ... - Choriocarcinoma - Endodermal sinus tumor - Teratoma - Adenoma / adenocarcinoma - ... - Experimental cancer treatment Misc. tumor suppressor genes / oncogenes - Staging / ...

Ocular oncology

... 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 ...

Cachexia

... 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 ...

Patient trade-off

... 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 . Thymoma 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 ...

Clean margin

... 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'. ...

Fat transfer

... bone . [1] 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. [2] Overview of Current Fat Transfer Techniques In the ...

Proteopathy

... in certain disease states. [1] Also, selective hyperproteolytic diseases have been referred to this category, e.g. critical illness myopathies or tumor cachexia. [2] The proteopathies comprise at least 30 diseases that affect a variety of organs and tissues, including Alzheimer's disease , ...
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