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    with myeloproliferative neoplasms. The style of the article follows that of a research article, mainly because it closely follows the IMRAD formatting. IMRAD formatting means there are introduction, methodology, results, and discussion sections present in the article, and this indicates a research article. This article studied the correlation between certain genetic mutations and the prognosis or survival rate of patients who were diagnosed with myeloproliferative neoplasms . Being that a study was

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    case of myxoma was detected among 586 tumors in Brazil (Lucena et al., 2011). Etiology of this tumor is unknown (Allen, 2000). Genetics, envorimental factors, carsinogenic drugs or miscellenous toxic substances are among the probable causes of this neoplasm (Yeruham et al., 1999). Tumors arising from subcutaneous lipocytes occur in all species. Lipomas are most common in dogs and may be multiple. In all species, they usually occur in adult and aged animals and are most ... ... middle of

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    Salivary Gland Tumors

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    INTRODUCTION: Salivary gland tumors are a morphologically diverse group of neoplasms, which may present considerable diagnostic and management challenges for the pathologist and surgeon. Salivary gland tumors are rare with an overall incidence in the western world of about 2.5 to 3.0 per 100,000 per year. About 80% of all lesions are benign; hence salivary malignancies are particularly rare, comprising less than 0.5% of all malignancies and about 5% of cancers in the head and neck. (1) Most of

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    implications in understanding why current cancer treatment are failing and how radically new therapies might now arise. Historically there has been very little attention that focuses on evolutionary biology and the understanding towards controlling neoplasm cell progression. Tumor cells develop constantly by natural selection and many are thought to continue evolving as they reproduce. The mai... ... middle of paper ... ...fferent; simply the rate of reproduction of an organism is much slower than

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    Brain Tumor Essay

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    Tumor is an abnormal tissue growth which is also known as neoplasm or lesion. Brain tumor is named as primary or secondary according to the cell from which it origins. Primary tumor starts in brain and usually does not spreads to other areas. Secondary (metastatic) tumor spread to the brain from another part of body and it is always cancerous. Primary tumors are of two types i.e., benign and malignant. Benign tumor grows slowly and rarely spreads. It has a distinct boundary and becomes life threatening

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    Nanotechnology and plastic surgery Nanotechnology is defined as the science of design, synthesis and characterization of matter at the nanoscale, which mesures one billionth of the meter [1,2] On that scale, structures exhibit novel chemical, physical and biological properties and processes, which enables the creation of engineered nanomaterials (ENMs), with various characteristics and potential applications. [3] It’s not just that though. Nanotechnology shows the ability to eliminate the gaps

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    Blue Nevi Case Study

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    Mary is a 25 year old female that presents with new, recently formed moles on her shoulder and left leg which she noticed about 7 months ago. A few weeks ago, she noticed that the mole on her leg has darkened, increased in size, and has raised up. Mary is planning on leaving on a trip to Haiti in approximately 2 months. In this learning issue, we will explore the following questions: what is a mole? How does it form? What are melanocytic nevi, atypical nevi, and melanomas, and how does one distinguish

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    Brain Cancer Essay

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    Brain Cancer: A Cumulative Overview “According to a recent estimate by WHO even though brain cancer occurs quite infrequently, it develops in about 22,000 new people every year along with 13,000 estimated deaths” (News Pointe). The definition of the word cancer is, “a disease in which abnormal cells divide uncontrollably and destroy body tissue.” More specifically brain cancer is a mass growth of abnormal cells in the brain. This is a very interesting disease because it attacks one of the most important

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    Essay On Colon Cancer

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    Cancer is a class of diseases characterized by uncontrollable cell growth. Colon cancer forms when cells in the large intestine grow uncontrollably. Most colon cancers come from small, benign tumors known as adenomatous polyps that form on the inner walls of the large intestine. Some of these polyps can grow and become malignant colon cancers over time if they are not removed during a colonoscopy. Colon cancer cells will invade and hurt healthy tissues that are near the tumor creating a lot of problems

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    The Basics of Cancer Cancer is a group of different diseases characterized by an out-of-control cell growth. There are over 100 different types of cancer that take place in various parts of the body. Each type is classified by the type of cell that is originally affected. A tumor is an abnormal mass of tissue. Tumors can be classified as benign or malignant. There are dozens of different types of tumors. A tumor that is classified as malignant is very virulent or infectious in terms of cancer. However

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