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Does badal cell carcinoma itch?

Does badal cell carcinoma itch?

Yes it can: Usually slow growth, painless, may fell rough or like a bump. Pearly pink surface. With growth can ulcerate & bleed & itch. See derm please. ...Read more

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Dr. Barry Rosen
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Cancer (Definition)

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


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What causes squarmis cell carcinoma?

What causes squarmis cell carcinoma?

Depends on location: The most common form of squamous cell carcinoma (scc) occurs on skin, with sun damage being the leading cause. Scc can also occur in the esophagus, lung, oral cavity, and anal canal. Prolonged exposure to irritants such as smoking and chewing tobacco can lead to increased risk of scc in the lung and oral cavity. A certain type of virus (human papillomavirus) can also increase the risk of scc. ...Read more

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What is transitional cell carcinoma?

What is transitional cell carcinoma?

TCC: TCC is a malignancy which arises from the lining cells of the bladder or ureters. Its also know as urothelial carcinoma. TCC is most commonly found in the bladder and usually discovered about seeing blood in the urine. Once biopsied a pathologist will determine grade and depth of invasion. Both will determine treatment. ...Read more

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What are the symptoms of basel cell carcinoma?

Basal cell cancer: Basal cell carcinoma (bcc) is a common skin cancer. Chronic exposure to ultraviolet radiation in sunlight is the most important risk factor. Can manifest as as a pink or flesh-colored papule- slightly scaly papule or plaque. Ulceration is common. This is a locally inavisve cancer and diagnosed usualy at early stage- thus it is highly curable- with surgical resection. ...Read more

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Could you give me some information about faquamous cell carcinoma?

Could you give me some information about faquamous cell carcinoma?

Squamous: It's easy to misspell. I'll bet you'll have no trouble finding information now that you have the name correct.. ...Read more

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How long would a person live if small cell carcinoma?

How long would a person live if small cell carcinoma?

Confined to chest: Or limited disease, there is a hance of cure. If presenting with metastasis, there is a chance of surviving well for many, but few make it beyond 2 years. Small cells can occur at other organs. You need to see a medical and a radiation oncology doctor while your work up proceeds. (head mr, bone scan, chest/abd ct + contrast thru adrenals). ...Read more

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Please tell me how life threatening is markel cell carcinoma?

Please tell me how life threatening is markel cell carcinoma?

Deadly: Neglect it and it will kill you by spreading throughout your body. That's the facts. If it has been excised, your chance of a permanent cure depends on the size and depth of extension of the original lesion. Your personal physician can give you this information. I hope things turn out well for you. These are uncommon and you should try to get two pathologists to sign off on the diagnosis. ...Read more

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What is the definition or description of: small cell carcinoma?

What is the definition or description of: small cell carcinoma?

It is an uncommon: Type, always associated with tobacco, characteristic cellular appearance of dominant hyperchromatic nuclei, no nucleolus, scant cytoplasm. Stains with chromogranin, synaptophysin, molecular loss of rb, over production of bcl-2. It responds to chemo, but needs XRT in limited. Goes to many organs early. Need at least chemo and XRT doc to assess. ...Read more

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How long can a person live with extensive small cell carcinoma?

Extensive: Is defined as cancer outside the chest, or in the fluid on the same side, or nodes on the opposite side too big to be included in XRT ports. Survival: about 50% make it a year, but more than 90% are dead at 2 years with very few cured or alive at 5 years. Limited disease is cured in about a quarter of cases. ...Read more