malignant tumor

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Immunohistochemical studies and the electron microscopical studies were advised in some of the soft tissue malignant tumors to support the diagnosis.
Among the malignant category, basal cell carcinoma(BCC) has been shown to have the highest incidence among the malignant tumors of the eye lids followed by sebaceous gland carcinoma (SGC), lymphoma, squamous cell carcinoma(SCC), and malignant melanoma.
A total of 53 cases were observed during this study, out of which benign tumor comprised 81.13% and malignant tumor were 18.86%.
Squamons cell carcinoma is the most common malignant tumor of the base of the tongue.
Pleomorphic adenoma was the commonest benign tumor and mucoepidermoid carcinoma was most common malignant tumor of the salivary gland with clinical presentation as slowly growing painless mass.
Various malignant tumors of the liver, especially liver angiosarcoma, have been described after occupational exposure to vinyl chloride monomer.
Parotid acinic cell carcinoma is a rare, slow-growing, malignant tumor with imaging findings indistinguishable from other parotid tumors.
In a study of 87 patients with ovarian cancer, Kawaguchi reported the incidence of DVT was 16.1%.2 More profoundly, some patients with DVT may develop into pulmonary embolism (PE), which leads to a high mortality rate.3 Gynecological malignant tumor usually needs surgical treatment, which may aggravate the occurrence of DVT.
China has reportedly become the country with the largest incidence of lung cancer in the world and lung cancer is the fastest growing malignant tumor in China.
Asmaa al-Assad started the first stage of treatment of a malignant tumor in the breast which was discovered in its early stage," the office said on its Facebook page.
When people recognize a mass on their bodies, they fear that it might be a malignant tumor. However, soft tissue, skin, and bone tumors of the hand are commonly benign tumors.
The patient cohort comprised of 75 surgical patients with breast tumors removed, 15 (20%) of which were fibroadenoma samples (benign tumors) and 60 (80%) malignant tumor samples.
The highest incidence of benign tumors was in the 3rd and 4th decade, whereas for malignant tumor it was the 4th and 5th decade of life.
The association between the development of urachal carcinoma and peritoneal dialysis and kidney transplantation is unclear, because urachal carcinoma itself is an extremely rare malignant tumor, because there has been only one reported case of posttransplant urachal carcinoma and because no case of urachal carcinoma developing after peritoneal dialysis has been reported to date.
Research variables were; type of tumor, type of benign tumor, type of malignant tumor and anatomical site of tumors.