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The preferred treatment for malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumors of the nose and paranasal sinuses is wide local excision.
For decades, cancer researchers have wrestled with two competing visions of tumors.
Inhibition of some spontaneous tumors by 4-hexylresorcinol in F344/N rats and B6C3F1 mice.
At least a half-dozen studies are under way in South Florida to test new compounds that detect tiny hidden tumors that otherwise would grow to serious proportion.
This overactivity can usually be traced to very small, benign tumors in the gland that release too much prolactin (prolactinomas).
Using our stem cell as a tool to more effectively transport anti-tumor proteins directly into a tumor is very promising and further demonstrates the MLPC's broad utility.
Carotid body tumors must be differentiated histologically from other similar-appearing neoplasms, including medullary thyroid carcinomas, laryngeal neuroendocrine neoplasms, and metastatic carcinomas, particularly renal cell carcinomas.
He and his colleagues have paired MRI with a special contrast agent to reveal changes in blood flow to brain tumors.
But assessing the true effect of a chemical is not simply a matter of counting tumors; a statistician's knowledge of background tumor rates and confounding variables provides a key perspective in this interpretive process.
Two weeks later, tumors had disappeared in 38 percent of the mice and had shrunk by more than half in an additional 24 percent.
The results indicate that tumors completely regressed within the first four weeks of treatment and that no additional growth was observed after cessation of therapy.
The incidence of testicular tumors in the United States is approximately 6 per 100,000 males; these neoplasms are the most common tumors in males in the 15-to-34-year age group.
Scientists have harnessed the killing power of a debilitating virus to slay even more deadly foes--malignant brain tumors.
AUSTIN, Texas -- Two powerful tumor suppressor genes, p53 and FUS1, administered intravenously in nanoparticle formulations were capable of significantly shrinking metastatic tumors in models of human lung cancer, according to investigators at The University of Texas M.
Some 82% of all parotid tumors are benign; of these, 57% are pleomorphic adenomas.