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What is the definition or description of: tubular carcinoma?

What is the definition or description of: tubular carcinoma?

Type of Breast CA: Tubular breast cancer is a type of invasive ductal cancer, so named because of it's appearance under the microscope. This represents 5-10% of all breast cancers. It tends to occur in women over 50 and is usually low-grade. All things being equal, our cure rates are very high with this type of cancer. ...Read more

Dr. Barry Rosen
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Are there any new treatments for tubular carcinoma?

Are there any new treatments for tubular carcinoma?

Depends: If you mean tubular carcinoma in the breast, then we are taking about a probably better behaved cancer and can probably be treated with less (often no chemo) vs. Other subtypes of breast cancer. ...Read more

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My mom was recently diagnosed with tubular carcinoma. Why?

My mom was recently diagnosed with tubular carcinoma. Why?

Breast Cancer: Tubular carcinoma is a rare form of breast cancer where the microscopic appearance of the tumor cells resemble tubes. These account for only about 2% of breast cancers and usually carry a good prognosis with low risk of lymph node metastasis. Treatment is usually conservative surgery followed by radiation +/- adjuvant systemic therapy depending on other factors. ...Read more

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My mom was recently diagnosed with tubular carcinoma. Whats that?

My mom was recently diagnosed with tubular carcinoma. Whats that?

Breast cancer: I think your mother is diagnosed to have breast cancer, if not please let us know. Tubular cancer is one type of breast cancer that is usually less aggressive that the more common type (ductal cancer). However, treatment is essentially the same, if the cancer is small and early stage, partial mastectomy with breast conservation, lymph node sampling and radiation afterwards is usual. ...Read more

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Tubular invasive carcinoma?

Tubular invasive carcinoma?

Breast cancer: Tubular carcinoma is a type of breast cancer that has a better prognosis. A carcinoma, unless stated to be in-situ, is by definition invasive. ...Read more

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Whats tubular invasive carcinoma?

Whats tubular invasive carcinoma?

Not a clear question: Tubular carcinoma is a type of breast cancer that has a better prognosis. A carcinoma, unless stated to be in-situ, is by definition invasive. ...Read more

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Is having two tubular adenomas removed from your colon and then having one hyper-plastic and another adenoma removed 3yr later increase cancer chance?

Is having two tubular adenomas removed from your colon and then having one hyper-plastic  and another adenoma removed 3yr later increase cancer chance?

adenoma: The vast majority of colon cancers arise from adenomas. Will screen small adenomas are removed before they become malignant. Simply having any adenomas increases your lifetime risk of developing colon cancer. ...Read more

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I had two tubular adnomas removed in '09 at 33, one hyperplastic and one tubular adenoma removed in '12. Am i likely to get colon cancer. No fam hstry?

I had two tubular adnomas removed in '09 at 33, one hyperplastic and one tubular adenoma removed in '12. Am i likely to get colon cancer. No fam hstry?

tubular adenomas: The fact that you have tubular adenomas at such an early age probably does slightly raise your lifetime risk of colon carcinoma. However, now that you know you can have careful followup and screening to make sure all adenomas are removed before they can develop into colon cancer. ...Read more

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I have a tubular adenoma in my left breast can it turn into cancer and should I have it removed right away?

I have a tubular adenoma in my left breast can it turn into cancer and should I have it removed right away?

Rare but benign: These are quite uncommon. I don't believe they have any malignant potential beyond normal breast, but if the mass bothers you, feel free to have it excised. Since it's uncommon, see if your biopsy has been or can be looked at by two pathologists. ...Read more

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Had breast ck. dr feels "tubular shape" pain w/touch,said poss overstimulated gland in tail of breast. Wants 1 month f/u. Could this be cancer? 31y/o

Had breast ck. dr feels "tubular shape"  pain w/touch,said poss overstimulated gland in tail of breast. Wants 1 month f/u. Could this be cancer? 31y/o

Breast mass: Any new breast mass should be worked up with a mammogram. Chances are is benign but better to be safe than sorry. Ask your doctor to get a mammogram or an ultrasound. ...Read more

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Possibility of having colon cancer two years after having colonoscopy that revealed two polyps 1 hyper, 1 tubular and diverticulosis.

Possibility of having colon cancer two years after having colonoscopy that revealed two polyps 1 hyper, 1 tubular and diverticulosis.

Exceptions are there: Cancer usually takes 5 years to start and get detected but there are exceptions. Also, sometime, due to to poor preparation, everything will not be seen in colonoscopy.
Please discuss with your GI doctor. ...Read more

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I have tubular ectasia, tiny calcification ,mild hydrocele on rt testis and bilateral epididymal cysts as us report.had penile cancer 4 yr ago. help?

Dr. James Lin Dr. Lin
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I have tubular ectasia,  tiny calcification ,mild  hydrocele on rt testis and bilateral epididymal cysts as us report.had penile cancer 4 yr ago. help?

Best thing is ...: ... leave then alone and do nothing with these findings as long as being mentally and physically acceptable and bearable since the reported findings are common with little clinical significance. So, just watch and see. More? Ask your urologist, or contact www.HealthTap.com/dr-Lin with RQPWJC to login. Best... ...Read more

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Mother had tubular-lobular breast cancer and they also found a small area of dcis during mastectomy pathological analysis. Is this common?

Mother had tubular-lobular breast cancer and they also found a small area of dcis during mastectomy pathological analysis. Is this common?

Yes: Complete pathology review following mastectomy surgery can often identify other small microscopic lesions. Dcis is a non-invasive early brsst cancer & would not affect the prognosis nor likely change her treatment plans. This is also an example of why additional treatment with hormone & radiation therapy is given if a person had only had a lumpectomy surgery. ...Read more

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Can children get squamous cell carcinoma?

Can children get squamous cell carcinoma?

Very rarely: Squamous cell carcinomas are uncommon in children. When diagnosed in young individuals, there is usually a predisposing factor like immunosuppression (transplant patients), previous exposure to radiation or chemotherapy, or human papilloma virus infection. Squamous cell cancers of the skin usually takes years of ultraviolet light exposure before appearing at an average age of 65. ...Read more

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How are children tested for cancer?

How are children tested for cancer?

General work-up.: A general physical exam with standard blood work is the first thing in any such visit, for any possible concern. Usually if there is anything going on, there will be symptoms already to focus on. Anything serous should show up on physical exam and blood work, which would direct the way toward special tests/procedures to rule out or confirm a diagnosis. ...Read more

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What kind of cancer is usually found in children?

Cancer in children: Most common cancer in children is leukemia followed by brain tumors. ...Read more

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Could children get pancreas cancer?

Could children get pancreas cancer?

Not Likely: This is not a likely scenario. Pancreatic cancer is extremely rare, .45 incidence in a million! In 20 years of caring for children including a residency in a top Pediatric Children's Hospital Cancer Center, I have never seen it.

http://www.cancer.gov/cancertopics/pdq/treatment/unusual-cancers-childhood/HealthProfessional/page4#_62_toc ...Read more

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Which is the quickest acting cancer in children?

Which is the quickest acting cancer in children?

Variable: Tumors have variable behaviors and there are no statistics like sports. Fast growing tumors in children include, glioblastoma multiforme, acute leukemia, and neuroblastoma. See this site for more info.
http://www.dana-farber.org/pediatric-care/cancer-types/pediatric-cancer-types.aspx. ...Read more

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What is the most common cancer in children / teens?

What is the most common cancer in children / teens?

Leukemia/lymphoma: Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is the most common cancer in childhood. It is still common in adolescents, but lymphoma becomes more common in the teenage years, and the frequency of hodgkin lymphoma and nhl approaches that of all. Brain tumors are common in childhood as well, but not nearly as common as in adults. ...Read more

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Please describe the most common cancer in children/teens?

Please describe the most common cancer in children/teens?

ALL: Acute lymphoblastic leukemia (all) is the most common cancer in children and teens. ...Read more

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What is risk of cancer in children born in china in past 20 years?

What is risk of cancer in children born in china in past 20 years?

Probably the same.: The risk of cancer depends on environmental as well as genetic factors . China has modernized greeatly in the past 20 years, so the likely have risks for cancer increase from industrialization, but then their health care and living standards have also likely improved, so this would likely decrease their risk. The gene pool has not changed, so the occurrence of cancer is likely to be the same. ...Read more

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Could men still have children after they have had testicular cancer?

Could men still have children after they have had testicular cancer?

Yes: Possible if they have one testicle still left over, but chance goes down again if they had chemotherapy also. ...Read more

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Do you have to be an oncology nurse to work with children with cancer?

Do you have to be an oncology nurse to work with children with cancer?

No: If u want to work as a nurse with pediatric oncology patients, there are many different avenues through which you can provide care and work without having to become a certified oncology nurse. Of course the larger your market and the larger the cancer center or hospital that you would want to work in would increase the chances of having a well fit position for you. ...Read more

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Do children who have aids have long-term health risks besides aids. (like cancer?)

Do children who have aids have long-term health risks besides aids. (like cancer?)

Yes: While hiv/aids is highly controllable today with haart therapy, people with this disease are at risk over their lifetime for diseases resulting from immune dysregualtion suchs as cancer. Patients with HIV are at risk for various malignancies including lymphoma, anal, cervicle, and skin cancer. ...Read more

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Please tell me, could men still have children after they have had testicular cancer?

Please tell me, could men still have children after they have had testicular cancer?

Absolutely: Losing one testis won't impact fertility except in the uncommon situation that it triggers an autoimmune response. Usually a guy will bank his sperms (as lance armstrong did) before going in for surgery that might lead to the loss of even one. ...Read more

Dr. Milroy Samuel
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Tubular Carcinoma (Definition)

Tubular breast cancer is a type of invasive ductal cancer, so named because of it's appearance under the microscope. This represents 5-10% of all breast cancers. It tends to occur in women over 50 and is usually low-grade. All things being equal, our cure rates are very high with ...Read more