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Cancer Definition 30.03.2016

Cancer is the term used for diseases in which damaged cells divide without control and can penetrate into the tissue of other organs. Cancer cells can spread to other tissues via blood and lymph. Cancer - it is not just one disease, this set of diseases. There are more than a hundred different types of cancer. Almost all cancers are named after the type of cell or organ in which they are formed. For example, a malignant tumor that is formed in the stomach is called gastric cancer; tumor that is formed in the skin's melanocytes is called melanoma. Cancer types may be...

Risk factors for cancer 30.03.2016

Doctors often can not quite explain why some people develop cancer and others do not. However, various studies in this area have shown that certain risk factors that increase the likelihood that a person will start to develop cancer. The most encountered risk factors for cancer: aging (most cancers occur in people older than 65 years); tobacco (smokers are more at risk than non-smokers lung cancer, oral cavity, larynx, esophagus, kidney, bladder, throat, stomach, pancreas, cervix or prostate cancer); sunlight; some chemical and other substances; ionizing...

Screening tests 30.03.2016

Some types of cancer can be detected before they cause symptoms. Checking for cancer (or for conditions that can trigger the development of cervical cancer) of people who have no symptoms is called screening. Screening helps doctors find and treat certain types of cancer in the early stages. Generally, cancer treatment is more effective if the disease is detected at the initial stage. Screening tests are widely used to test the breast cancer, uterus, colon and rectum: 1. Chest: mammography - is the best tool with which doctors diagnose breast cancer in its early stages....

Symptoms, signs, diagnosis of breast cancer 30.03.2016

Breast cancer (breast) - a cancer in which form and develop in the tissues of the breast cancer (malignant) cells. Most encounters a type of breast cancer (breast) is ductal carcinoma, which begins to develop in the cells of the ducts. Cancer that begins to develop in the lobules is called lobular carcinoma, the most common in both breasts, as opposed to other types of breast cancer. Inflammatory breast cancer (breast) - a rare type of breast cancer in which the breast red, warm and swollen. Health history can affect the risk of onset of breast cancer. Anything that...

Melanoma skin 30.03.2016

Melanoma - it is a disease in which cancer (malignant) cells develop in skin cells called melanocytes. Melanocytes (located in the lower part of the epidermis) produce melanin, the pigment that gives the skin natural natural color. When the skin is exposed to the sun, melanocytes begin to allocate more pigment, causing the skin to tan. The skin is the largest organ of the human body. It protects our body from sunlight, heat, infection and injury. The skin has two main layers: the epidermis (outer layer) and the dermis (lower or inner layer). There are 3 types of skin...

Pancreatic Oncology: Treatment of symptoms, rehabilitation 30.03.2016

Pancreatic tumor is at position 4 among malignant tumors arising in the gastrointestinal tract, and is two to three percent of all cancers. Much more common pancreatic tumor develops in men over the age of 50 years. Risk factors for the development of tumor of the pancreas Smoke doubled the risk of pancreatic carcinoma. In diabetic patients the risk of developing the disease increases several times. The use of a limited amount of fresh vegetables, fruits. Alcohol abuse. Hereditary factor is about 10% of all cases of the disease. The disease is most often associated...

Uterine cancer 30.03.2016

Cervical tumor - is a common malignancy. In terms of frequency it ranks first among malignant tumors of the reproductive system of women and second among all cancer diseases in women. The frequency of the incidence of uterine body cancer depends on the age of the woman: the risk of developing the disease increases two to three times for every five years of reproductive age; The peak incidence occurs in the 60-70 years old. Risk factors for endometrial cancer Menstruation for many years. Women who started menstruating early, or who have experienced menopause at a later...

Prostate cancer: classification and stage 30.03.2016

Prostate cancer (med. prostate cancer) is a malignant tumor. She begins to develop from the cells of the prostate gland (prostate). Prostate - male sexual organ, which plays an important role in the sexual life of every man. In the event of malignant cells, the tumor develops slowly enough and can not be changed and do not increase in size for several years. But as with any cancer is dangerous and can metastasize throughout the body. Classification of malignant tumors is dependent on the shape of the tumor and what character placement and malignant cells are glandular...

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