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DCIS Breast Cancer

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What is DCIS breast cancer? DCIS (Ductal carcinoma in situ) breast cancer is a non-invasive breast cancer. Ductal carcinoma refers to cancerous growth initiates from milk duct and surrounded breast tissue that covers the internal organs. The term in situ

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Epithelioid Sarcoma

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What is epithelioid sarcoma? Epithelioid sarcoma (ES) has been a rarely developed malignancy affects soft tissues present in the upper limb. In vast description of ES attaining as a subcutaneous or dermal tissue mass in distal segments of the upper

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What is retinoblastoma? Retinoblastoma is the most common eye cancer for children. It starts from the cells of retina. Retina is a nerve tissue layer that lines the back of the eye. It senses the light and creates a nerve

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Brenner Tumor

Brenner Tumor

What is Brenner tumor? Brenner tumor is a rare form of ovary tumors. These tumors belong to a group called epithelial tumors (also see Nasopharyngeal carcinoma). Only approximately 2% of all ovarian tumors are Brenner tumors. There are three types

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Ocular Melanoma


What is ocular melanoma? Ocular melanoma is a cancer of the eye. Melanoma usually develops in melanin rich sites like skin. Melanin is a pigmenting agent responsible for skin coloration. In the eye, melanin producing cells are present to provide

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Uveal Melanoma

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What is Uveal melanoma? Uveal melanoma is a rare syndrome, but a familiar key term used for adults who are suffering from  intraocular malignancy. Uveal tract is the middle part of the eye and consist of the choroid, ciliary body, and

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A CT Scan Showing Tumor on the Pancreas - vipoma

What is Vipoma? Vipoma is an acronym which stands for vasoactive intestinal polypeptide (VIP), which is otherwise known as Verner Morrison syndrome. Other experts would call it pancreatic cholera. One clinical feature is heavy diarrhea. It is actually a rare

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Renal Cell Cancer

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What is renal cell cancer? Renal cell cancer is the most common type of kidney cancer; almost 9 out of 10 of kidney cancer cases are renal cell carcinomas (RCC). The main functions of the kidney are to filter the

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Vaginal Cancer – Symptoms, Signs, Pictures, Treatment, Causes

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What is Vaginal Cancer? Vaginal cancer is the malignancy of the vaginal tissues. Vaginal cancer can be primary or secondary. Primary vaginal cancer is the type of cancer wherein the malignant cells initially grow on the vaginal cells. Secondary vaginal cancer

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