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Causes Of Mucinous Adenocarcinoma
Is there a difference in the symptoms of adenocarcinoma nsclc bronchioloalveolar mucinous and non mucinous ?
No: No reliable difference in reported symptomsGet a more detailed answer ›
Adenocarcinoma: A mucinous adenocarcinoma is a type of cancer that arises from mucin producing epithelium. This type of cancer can occur in different organs. The treatment and prognosis will depend on the specific site / organ involved. Your oncologist will be the best person to advise you on your specific type. ...Read more
Hello can u tell me what I do histopathology report : section show poorly differentiated mucinous adenocarcinoma with ulceration of mucosal surface?
Cancer: It is a subtype of cancer that arises from cell of the glands that produces some mucin/mucous. Where is this located? Colon? You need to discuss further re- treatment plan with your oncology team. Treatment and everything will depend on what kind of cancer is this? The stage? The molecular pattern/biology of the cancer? Your overall condition? Etc. Good luck. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
My mother has been diagnosed with metastatic adenocarcinoma with mucinous features. Can you explain what this means?
Glandular activity: Primary tumors with mucinous features are those that are derived from organs producing mucin to allow the organ to function. The most common organ whose tumor,an adenocarcinoma, has mucinous features is that from colon. As such the metastatic tumors would have segmental areas within the spreading lesion that demonstrates the presence of fields of mucin on histologic exam. ...Read more
What do you suggest if my mother has been diagnosed with metastatic adenocarcinoma with mucinous features. what does this mean?
Many things: Adenocarcinoma means a cancer derived of epithelial cells of glandular origin (not from a gland necessarily). Metastatic means that it has spread. Mucinous features means that the pathologist saw areas of mucin outside the cells, the significance of this depends on how much and where. It being metastatic is probably the most important thing prognostically, but please discuss with oncologist. ...Read more
My 31 yr old daughter just diagnosed with mucinous adenocarcinoma from a liver biopsy. Can this be a primary cancer & how find primary if not?
What prognosis can be expected with a stage 4 appendix cancer diagnosis? It is mucinous adenocarcinoma well differentiated. First diagnosed may 2011 and have had two bowel resections , cytoreductive and hipec followed up with 12 chemo folfox tx
What do you suggest if my grand father had adenocarcinoma and I want to know what causes it or what contributes to you getting it?
Depends: "Adenocarcinoma" is a general term for a cancer that begins in the glandular elements of an organ. Thus, adenocarcinoma can refer to cancer of breast, lung, pancreas, stomach, bowel, etc. Your risk would depend on where that cancer was, what age it occurred, and who else in family had cancer. If grandfather was only cancer case, and if it was at an advanced age (over 50), hereditary not likely. ...Read more
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