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Percentage Of Tumors That Are Cancerous
100%: If interpareted ocrrectly a lesion is malignant even if 1% o the tumor mass is malignant and the remaining portion is benign. In many cancers, especially high grade malignancies every cell is essentailly a malignant cell. In some tumors such as liposarcoma, 10% of the tumor can be malignant and 90% lipoma. Regardless, any % no matter how small makes the tumor malignant. ...Read more
Cancer is a group of diseases that is characterized by uncontrolled cell growth leading to invasion of surrounding tissues that spread to other parts of the body. Cancer can begin anywhere in the body and is usually related to one or more genetic mutations that allow normal cells to become malignant by interfering with internal cellular control mechanisms, such as programmed cell death or by preventing ...Read more
What percentage of bladder tumors are cancerous? I am 55yrs, have a history of hematuria, a tumor in my bladder, and low back pain.
Details matter: Many lung nodules are benign. This will depend on were you live. Lung nodules can be granulomas, infections, fungal infections, benign growths such as hamartomas, and finally cancerous. It is important to have either serial imaging or a biopsy if a lung nodule is found. There are currently guidelines for this that a pulmonary medicine specialist or thoracic surgeon should follow. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
For colon cancer,Peritoneal Carcinoma's, roughly what percentage of those malignant tumors are cancerous.I read malignant tumors are 100% cancer.
What is the risk percentage of open brain surgery to remove a cancerous tumor at the right patietal extra axial dura?& does the tumor come back again?
Discuss with MDs: Your risk and prognosis depend on the type of tumor, stage of tumor, it's location, surgical approach and your overall health. Insist on a consultation with your surgeon and have all of your questions answered. Best of luck, madam. ...Read more
Yes: Malignant is cancerous.Get a more detailed answer ›
Size is not criteria: Benign cysts could be huge , malignant ovarian tumors could be very small , so size is not the criteria . Go for regular gyn examinations , sonograms if indicated and follow your doctors advise . ...Read more
Need more info,,: I think more information is needed for your question. In general, very few tumors are actually cancerous, and these are detected only at the end of their growth. Even a small mass is the result of many doublings of cancer cells. It can be that a person has a lump or two in their body without knowing it. That's why so many imaging devices and screening techniques are needed to find what we can. ...Read more