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What is the rate of survival for a fibrosarcoma in adult?

What is the rate of survival for a fibrosarcoma in adult?

It depends: The size, grade, location and treatment are all factors to be considered.... Age....These factors also determine the treatment approach. The exact reading of pathology report is vital. Consult with your cancer doctor. ...Read more

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Dr. Daniel Saurborn
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Fibrosarcoma (Definition)

It is a cancer ...Read more


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What are the symptons of fibrosarcoma ?

What are the symptons of fibrosarcoma ?

Presence of lesion: The fibrosarcomas present as part of a tumor spectrum starting with plantar and palmar fibromatosis and extending to dermatofibrosarcoma protuberance, desmoid and then low and high grade fibrosarcoma. The pathology may look aggressive in the earlier lesion but does not metastasize until fully malignant. fibrosarcoma. No symptoms other than mass. ...Read more

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Can radiotherapy cure fibrosarcoma and angiosarcoma?

Can radiotherapy cure fibrosarcoma and angiosarcoma?

Yes: Usually radiotherapy is used following surgery in the treatment of sarcomas, but both of these sarcomas may respond to radiotherapy. ...Read more

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Is it possible for radiotherapy cure angiosarcoma and fibrosarcoma?

Is it possible for radiotherapy cure angiosarcoma and fibrosarcoma?

First step in: Soft part sarcoma is resection, with wide and clear margins. Radiotherapy cures by eliminating microscopic cells that might remain. ...Read more

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Is pediatric fibrosarcoma fatal or is there a cure?

Is pediatric fibrosarcoma fatal or is there a cure?

It depends : The outlook for children with fibrosarcoma depends on their age. Infants have a better prognosis, partially because their tumors tend to be more responsive to chemotherapy. Older children and adolescents are treated primarily with surgery and radiation; their outlook depends on the tumor's location and whether it can be completely removed. ...Read more

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Is there a syndrome with biliary atresia and fibrosarcoma?

Is there a syndrome with biliary atresia and fibrosarcoma?

No relationship: Biliary atresia is a condition in the young where the bile duct system of the liver closes down destroying liver function and leading to cirrhosis. Fibrosarcoma is a soft tissue lesion primary found as a mass arising in muscle tissue which best responds to surgical resection, but left alone will metastasize to organs like the lung. ...Read more

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Is fibrosarcoma a type of bone cancer?

Is fibrosarcoma a type of bone cancer?

It depends: Fibrosarcoma is a type of cancer. That diagnosis is given based on how it looks under the microscope when the pathologist examines it. It can occur either in bone or in soft tissues, so it can be a bone cancer. If it occurs in bone, the treatment is chemotherapy and surgical removal of the tumor. If it occurs in the soft tissues, then surgical removal is done, but chemotherapy is controversial. ...Read more

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What is the survival rate for young adults that have lymphoma or leukemia?

What is the survival rate for young adults that have lymphoma or leukemia?

Blood malignancy: Depending on condition at diagnosis, and with proper evaluation, staging, and treatment - excellent chances for complete remission! ...Read more

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What is the rate of survival for carcinoid syndrome?

What is the rate of survival for carcinoid syndrome?

Years: It is almost always in years, depending on the extent of disease. It is a wide range, anywhere from a year and a half to 12-15 years. ...Read more

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What is the rate of survival for rectal cancer?

What is the rate of survival for rectal cancer?

Hard to be: Specific, and the answer excellent with treatment is likley not what you are looking for. Where it is towards bottom or higher influences procedure, penetration into wall, and involved nodes or not need to know to give more specific. I'd expect cure most of the time. ...Read more

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What is the rate of survival for people who develop septic shock?

What is the rate of survival for people who develop septic shock?

60%: It is very variable, with many factors playing a role. Concomitant conditions and age are also major factors, though most studies have around a 40 percent mortality on average. ...Read more

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What is the rate of survival for stage IV kidney cancer?

Poor: Unfortunately the 5 year survival rate for stage IV renal cell cancer is poor, 0-20%. However, in recent years their have been significant advances in the treatment of this disease and we now see some long term survivors. ...Read more

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What is the rate of survival for stage 3 invasive ductal carcinoma?

What is the rate of survival for stage 3 invasive ductal carcinoma?

More than 50%: This is a hard question. Invasive ductal carcinoma is the most common type of breast cancer. It depends on whether it's stage3a, b or c, and the time of survival. At 5 years after diagnosis, 50-60% of women with stage 3 breast cancer are alive. Other factors are age, receptor status of the tumor, number of lymph nodes involved, and treatment. Remember that survival is improving all the time! ...Read more

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What is the rate of survival for small cell lung cancer with the complication of hep c?

What is the rate of survival for small cell lung cancer with the complication of hep c?

Lung cancer: hep c shouldn't affect survival rate of small cell lung cancer. The staging of small cell is key to giving you a survival rate for that ...Read more