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- Cribriform carcinoma
Recent research suggests that cribriform carcinoma should be distinguished from other tumor types that share characteristics with it on both a histological and clinical level.
The word "cribriform" in histology refers to neoplasms having an architectural pattern of growth made up of straight packed glands endowed with unevenly distributed lumina, missing intervening stromal tissue (from the ancient Latin cribrum, meaning "sieve" Read More
The symptoms of Cylindroma include:
Rare benign skin appendage tumors called cylindromas often manifest as skin-colored, reddish, or bluish nodule(s) that can be a few millimeters to several centimeters in size. Cylindromas may be present in addition to trichoepitheliomas and spiradenomas. Cylindromas, trichoepitheliomas, and spiradenomas often emerge after adolescence with slowly increasing and frequently many lesions.
- Penis cancer
Penis cancer or penile cancer is a disease occurring in men. 1. The type of treatment and cure, and medications depend on which stage the cancer is, the size of the tumor, etc. 2. A multidisciplinary team works together to treat penile cancer that includes a surgeon, a urologist for urinary tract problems, a medical oncologist, and a radiation oncologist. 3. For penile cancer, surgery, radiation therap Read More
- Wm syndrome
WM syndrome is a rare genetic disorder that causes a person to have an increased risk of developing cancer. It is caused by a mutation in the WT1 gene, which regulates the development and function of cells.The risk factors for WM syndrome include having an affected family member or being born with HLHS. If you have one or both of these risk factors, it's important to talk with your doctor about whether you should b Read More