8 edition of Metastatic carcinomas of unknown origin found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||editor, Mark R. Wick.|
|Contributions||Wick, Mark R., 1952-|
|LC Classifications||RC268.48 .M48 2008|
|The Physical Object|
|LC Control Number||2008007705|
Cancer of unknown primary site is a relatively common clinical entity, accounting for 4 to 5 percent of all invasive cancers. Within this category, tumors from many primary sites with varying biology are represented. Squamous cell carcinomas (SCCs) comprise approximately 5 percent of cancers of unknown . Carcinoma of unknown primary (CUP) treatment depends on the best determination of the primary site, if possible. Treatment options may include surgery, radiation therapy, and .
Carcinoma of unknown primary origin (CUP) is one of the 10 most prevalent malignancies. CUP patients in whom a site of origin can be ascribed have better outcomes than those in which . Carcinoma of unknown primary site The term carcinoma has also come to encompass malignant tumors composed of transformed cells whose origin or developmental lineage is unknown (see cancer of unknown primary origin Specialty: Oncology.
Metastasis is a pathogenic agent's spread from an initial or primary site to a different or secondary site within the host's body; the term is typically used when referring to metastasis by a Pronunciation: Metastasis /mᵻˈtastəsɪs/ . Gabriel Habermehl and Jennifer Ko () Cutaneous Metastases: A Review and Diagnostic Approach to Tumors of Unknown es of Pathology & Laboratory Medicine: Cited by: 1.
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Hardcover Metastatic Carcinomas of Unknown Origin, by Mark R. Wick, MD, is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated discussion of the clinical features, pathologic attributes, and treatment approaches of metastatic carcinomas of unknown origin (MCUOs).5/5(1).
Metastatic carcinomas of unknown origin. [Mark R Wick;] -- This fully illustrated text of clinical features, pathologic attributes, and treatment approaches of metastatic carcinomas of unknown origin (MCUOs). Metastatic carcinoma in inguinal nodes from an unknown primary source occurs in approximately 1% to % of patients.
A diagnostic excisional-node biopsy should be performed when no primary source of carcinoma can be found. The most common pathologic diagnosis in this instance is Hodgkin lymphoma Author: PDQ Adult Treatment Editorial Board. Carcinoma of unknown primary origin (CUP) is a heterogeneous group of cancers defined by the presence of metastatic disease with no identified primary tumor at presentation.
Identifying patients with prognostically favorable disease. Metastatic neuroendocrine carcinoma of unknown origin is a rare condition, usually presenting with lesions in the liver and/or lung.
We present the first reported case of a metastatic neuroendocrine carcinoma of unknown origin Author: Nicholas Candy, Adam Young, Kieren Allinson, Oliver Carr, Jason McMillen, Rikin Trivedi. Carcinomas of an unknown primary origin (CUP) account for 3–5% of all malignancies and are thus among the ten most-frequent cancers worldwide.
Having a specific and unique phenotype of early and usually aggressive metastatic Cited by: One of the first occurrences of the term Metastatic Cancer of Unknown Primary was in a paper published by Holmes and Fouts in the journal Cancer in (Figure 2).
The authors analyzed the tumor registry Author: Stefan Kolling, Ferdinando Ventre, Elena Geuna, Melissa Milan, Alberto Pisacane, Carla Boccaccio, An. Metastatic Adenocarcinoma of Unknown Primary Origin SAMUEL P. HAMMAR, MD, FCCP, FCAP Adenocarcinomas account for up to 60% of all metastatic neoplasms of unknoval primary origin.
In general, adenocarcinomas are the most difficult metastatic Cited by: Sometimes when people are diagnosed with metastatic cancer, doctors cannot tell where it started. This type of cancer is called cancer of unknown primary origin, or CUP.
See the Carcinoma of Unknown Primary page for more information. When a new primary cancer occurs in a person with a history of cancer, it is known as a second primary cancer. Metastatic Carcinomas of Unknown Origin, by Mark R.
Wick, MD, is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated discussion of the clinical features, pathologic attributes, and treatment approaches of metastatic carcinomas of unknown origin.
When categorising patients with cancer of unknown primary, one important factor initially considered is the cell type of origin of the metastatic disease. The majority of patients have malignancy which appears to derive from epithelial cells, and hence are regarded as having carcinoma of unknown primary.
Carcinoma of unknown primary (CUP) occurs when cancer cells have spread in the body and formed metastatic tumors but the site of the primary cancer is not known. There are a number of reasons why the primary cancer may not be found. Start here to find treatment information for carcinoma of unknown primary.
Metastatic Carcinomas of Unknown Origin, by Mark R. Wick, MD, is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated discussion of the clinical features, pathologic attributes, and treatment approaches of metastatic carcinomas of unknown origin Price: $ Cancer of Unknown Primary Origin Carcinoma of unknown primary site (CUPS) is defined as the presence of documented metastatic cancer without an established primary tumor.
From:. Carcinoma of Unknown Primary and Tissue-of-Origin Gene Profiling Studies The premise for studying the role of molecular profiling in CUP cancers is that metastatic tumors have molecular signatures that may match their tissue of origin Cited by: Cancer of unknown primary constitutes up to 7% of all cancers and poses a therapeutic dilemma, because cancer treatment is typically determined by the specific primary tissue of origin.
Summary: Metastatic Carcinomas of Unknown Origin, by Mark R. Wick, MD, is the first comprehensive, fully illustrated discussion of the clinical features, pathologic attributes, and.
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Carcinoma of unknown primary origin (CUP), also known as occult primary tumor is defined as histologically proven metastatic malignant tumors whose primary site cannot be Cited by: 1. Cancer of unknown primary origin (CUP) is a cancer that is determined to be at the metastatic stage at the time of diagnosis, but a primary tumor cannot be identified.
A diagnosis of CUP Specialty: Oncology. If you have a cancer of unknown primary or are close to someone who does, knowing what to expect can help you cope. Here you can find out all about cancers of unknown primary.
Carcinoma of unknown primary (CUP) is a rare disease in which malignant (cancer) cells are found in the body but the place the cancer began is not known. Sometimes the primary cancer .It is estimated that approximately 4% of all patients with cancer present with carcinomas of unknown primary (CUPs), representing a higher incidence than known malignancies such as Cited by: