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In medical terminology what is invasive carcinoma and sarcoma?
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Dr. Gene Wong
Radiation Oncology
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Invasive carcinoma means the cancer has grown to the extent that it starts invading into surrounding tissue such as fat, fibrous tissue, lymphatics etc.
Sarcoma is one type of cancer that arises from soft or connective tissue such as mucle, bone, blood vessels etc. It behaves differently from carcinoma which comes from lining of skin, ducts or internal organs. Surgery is primary treatment.

In brief: See below
Invasive carcinoma means the cancer has grown to the extent that it starts invading into surrounding tissue such as fat, fibrous tissue, lymphatics etc.
Sarcoma is one type of cancer that arises from soft or connective tissue such as mucle, bone, blood vessels etc. It behaves differently from carcinoma which comes from lining of skin, ducts or internal organs. Surgery is primary treatment.
Dr. Gene Wong
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