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Acinic Cell Carcinoma

What is Acinic Cell Carcinoma? Acinic Cell Carcinoma is a low-grade neoplasm occurs on the epithelial cell lining of the salivary gland. A gradual mass progression of the terminal end of the parotid gland usually affected. Almost 17 percent of

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Sessile Polyp

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What is Sessile Polyp? Benign poly development at the large intestine region and can be represented as pre-cancerous growth. A sessile polyp is one of the neoplasms that can cause the cancerous growth of the colorectal region. The detail description

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Morton’s Neuroma


What is Morton’s Neuroma? A Morton’s Neuroma is a benign (non-cancerous) lump or mass that grows out from the nerve tissue. Morton’s neuroma, a common cause of foot pain in adults, is a thickening of tissue on the nerve that

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Precancerous Mole

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What is a Precancerous Mole? Precancerous Mole is a pigment growth on the skin, more precisely a benign growth of melanocytes- cells that give the skin its color. Over time, abnormal moles can develop into melanoma- skin cancer. It is important

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Adrenal Gland Tumor

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What is an Adrenal Gland Tumor? An adrenal gland tumor is a growth in the adrenal gland. A tumor starts when healthy cells change and grow wildly forming a mass. An adrenal gland tumor can be cancerous (malignant) or non-cancerous

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Urethral Cancer

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What is Urethral Cancer? Urethral cancer (UC) is the rarest type of urological cancer, with less than 2000 known cases. Urethra is a tube-shaped organ that connects the bladder with the urethral opening for the removal of urine. Males and

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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 Angiolipoma? Angiolipoma is a subcutaneous benign tumor that mainly consists of fatty tissue and blood vessels. It belongs to a group of benign tumors called lipomas. In some cases angiolipoma can be present in muscle tissue. This benign

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Pineal Gland Tumor

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What is Pineal Gland Tumor? Pineal Gland Tumor is a neoplasm that arises from the cells in pineal gland. These tumors are extremely rare. They make up 0.4-1% of all intra-cranial tumors in adults, and 3-8% of brain tumors in

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