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Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Supervivencia Surgical treatment of the infiltrative cervical cancer. Survival rate. The cervix cancer takes the second place among the types of cancer in women and the fifth place among all of the types affecting the human being.
A survey was made applying it to 37 patients; data were collected from the clinical records and from the interview to patients. Age, number of deliveries, age at the first coitus and first delivery and survival were the studied variables. It was found that year old group was the most frequent among the studied patients, all the patients had given birth, over more than half of patients started sexual relations before 17 years of age.
Adolescence prevailed as first - delivery age in. It has the particularity of infecting and destroying the immune system cells, producing an irreversible and progressive immunodepression state in the organism, which makes it susceptible to multiple viral, mycotic and bacterial infections. The treatment of these patients is difficult due to the problems provoked by the HIV infection that weakens the immunity system.
Embarazo y carcinoma de cuello uterino en vidrio esmerilado: reporte de un caso. Luis Razetti", al presentar sangrado transvaginal y dolor en hipogastrio. En este contexto, se han identificado varios factores asociados con la reducida eficiencia Ewing sarcoma. At the time of diagnosis, spread is seen in about one Kaposi's Sarcoma. This type of Kaposi's sarcoma progresses slowly, with new lesions appearing every few Bone sarcomas.
Bone sarcomas are malignancies with peak incidence in adolescents and young adults. In general, biology of sarcomas is closely related to pediatric malignancies with fast growth, local aggressiveness, tendency to early hematogenic dissemination and chemo sensitivity.
Diagnostics and treatment of bone sarcomas should be done in well experienced centres due to low incidence and broad issue of this topic. An interdisciplinary approach and staff education is essential in due care of patients with bone sarcoma.
Kaposi's sarcoma. Moriz Kaposi was the first who, in , described five patients presenting with ' sarcoma idiopathicum multiple hemorrhagicum'. In Sternberg termed this disease Kaposi's sarcoma. Since then various forms of this rare disease have been observed. In Hallenberg described the first cases of African or endemic Kaposi's sarcoma.
In the 's the first reports discussing Kaposi's sarcoma following organ transplantation and immunosuppressive therapy were published. After , the epidemic form associated with the acquired immunodeficiency syndrome AIDS was described. All these forms, their history, treatment methods and the role of radiation therapy in the management of this rare malignancy are discussed, and the literature is reviewed.
Prolapso vaginal e uterino em ovelhas. Synovial sarcoma. Frequently initially incorrectly diagnosed as a benign lesion, it should be considered as a diagnosis when a young adult patient presents with a calcified juxta-articular soft-tissue mass of insidious onset. Kaposi sarcoma. Epidemic Kaposi Sarcoma. Classic Kaposi Sarcoma. Uterine sarcoma. Livingstone; chap Undifferentiated uterine sarcoma. Gynecologic and Obstetric Pathology.
Philadelphia, PA Estudo comparativo entre histerectomia abdominal e vaginal sem prolapso uterino. Objetivo: Comparar a histerectomia abdominal e vaginal sem prolapso uterino. Terapeutica de enfermagem nos casos de prolapso uterino. Granulocytic sarcoma. Granulocytic sarcoma is a variant presentation of acute myeloblastic leukemia, occurring in extramedullary locations. It is uncommon, but it may occur at any site and at any age, which necessitates its inclusion in the differential diagnosis of all undifferentiated tumors.
Histology, touch-imprint cytology, cytochemistry, immunocytochemistry, electron microscopy, and molecular studies all contribute to the diagnosis. Osteogenic sarcoma. Osteogenic sarcoma is one of the two main bone neoplasms in our population. It is very important for the radiologist to be familiar with its clinical and radio graphical features.
This article is a literature review of its most important aspects, with some comments on our observations at the National Cancer Institute. Ewing sarcoma is the second most frequent primary bone cancer affecting children or young adults. Stages of Ewing Sarcoma. Ewing sarcoma has also been called peripheral primitive neuroectodermal tumor, Askin tumor Ewing sarcoma of the Ewing sarcoma are usually done at the same time. The following tests and procedures may be used Sarcoma Immunotherapy.
Much of our knowledge regarding cancer immunotherapy has been derived from sarcoma models. However, translation of preclinical findings to bedside success has been limited in this disease, though several intriguing clinical studies hint at the potential efficacy of this treatment modality. The rarity and heterogeneity of tumors of mesenchymal origin continues to be a challenge from a therapeutic standpoint.
Nonetheless, sarcomas remain attractive targets for immunotherapy, as they can be characterized by specific epitopes, either from their mesenchymal origins or specific alterations in gene products. To date, standard vaccine trials have proven disappointing, likely due to mechanisms by which tumors equilibrate with and ultimately escape immune surveillance.
More sophisticated approaches will likely require multimodal techniques, both by enhancing immunity, but also geared towards overcoming innate mechanisms of immunosuppression that favor tumorigenesis. Gouw, Launce G. General Information about Kaposi Sarcoma. The Epidemiology of Sarcoma. The risks for sarcoma are not well-understood. We evaluated the existing literature on the epidemiology and etiology of sarcoma. Risks for sarcoma development can be divided into environmental exposures, genetic susceptibility, and an interaction between the two.
Radiation exposure from radiotherapy has been strongly associated with secondary sarcoma development in certain cancer patients. In fact, the risk of malignant bone tumors increases as the cumulative dose of radiation to the bone increases p for trend. Propuesta de programa educativo sobre enfermedades del cuello uterino. Soft Tissue Sarcoma. Soft tissue sarcoma is a cancer of these soft tissues. Doctors diagnose soft tissue sarcomas with a biopsy.
Treatments include surgery to remove Estudio transversal, de campo, llevado a cabo de mayo a agosto de , con mujeres que se sometieron a examen preventivo.
Targeted therapy for sarcomas. They may arise as primary tumors in either bone or soft tissue, with approximately 11, soft tissue tumors and 2, bone tumors diagnosed each year in the United States. There are at least 50 different subtypes of soft tissue sarcoma , with new ones described with ever-increasing frequency. One way to look at sarcomas is to divide them into categories on the basis of their genetic make-up. One group of sarcomas has an identifiable, relatively simple genetic signature, such as the X translocation seen in synovial sarcoma or the translocation seen in Ewing's sarcoma.
These specific abnormalities often lead to the presence of fusion proteins, such as EWS-FLI1 in Ewing's sarcoma , which are helpful as diagnostic tools and may become therapeutic targets in the future. Another group of sarcomas is characterized by complex genetic abnormalities as seen in leiomyosarcoma, osteosarcoma, and undifferentiated sarcoma.
It is important to keep these distinctions in mind when contemplating the development of targeted agents for sarcomas. Different abnormalities in sarcoma could be divided by tumor subtype or by the molecular or pathway abnormality. However, some existing drugs or drugs in development may interfere with or alter more than one of the presented pathways. Keywords: sarcoma , targeted agents, tyrosine kinase inhibitors, mTor inhibition.
General Information about Ewing Sarcoma. Treatment Option Overview Ewing Sarcoma. The Danish Sarcoma Database. AIM: The aim of the database is to gather information about sarcomas treated in Denmark in order to continuously monitor and improve the quality of sarcoma treatment in a local, a national, and an international perspective.
MAIN VARIABLES: The database contains information about appearance of symptoms; date of receiving referral to a sarcoma center; date of first visit; whether surgery has been performed elsewhere before referral, diagnosis, and treatment; tumor Data quality and completeness are currently secured. Breast sarcomas. Literature review. Full Text Available The article presents an overview of the literature about breast sarcomas nonepithelial malignances.
Breast carcinomas cause an increased interest of the scientists due to their unique clinical and pathological features and unpredictable prognosis.
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