7 edition of Micrometastasis (Cancer Metastasis - Biology and Treatment) found in the catalog.
July 31, 2003
Written in English
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Objectives The aim of this study was to evaluate the impact of micrometastasis and isolated tumor cells on disease recurrence in patients with early-stage cervical cancer. Methods We included patients with International Federation of Gynecology and Obstetrics (FIGO) stage IA1 with lymphvascular space invasion, stage IA2, and IB1 who participated in the SENTICOL1 by: Micrometastasis of endometrial cancer to sentinel lymph nodes: Is it an artifact of uterine manipulation? Marina Frimera, Fady Khoury-Colladob, Melissa P. Murrayc, Richard R. Barakatb, Nadeem R. Abu-Rustumb,⁎ a Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology & Women's Health, Albert Einstein College of Medicine/Monteﬁore Medical Center, NY, NY , USA b Department of Surgery, Gynecology .
Testicular microlithiasis (tes-TIK-yoo-lur my-kroh-lih-THIE-uh-sis) is an uncommon condition — diagnosed during a testicular ultrasound — in which small clusters of calcium form in the testicles. A number of studies show a relationship between testicular microlithiasis and testicular cancer. Summary: No difference in DFS or RFS among the three LN- groups or among the two LN+ groups. Additional publications. Original results (): PMID Full text — "Comparison of radical mastectomy with alternative treatments for primary breast cancer. A first report of results from a prospective randomized clinical trial.".
Long-term results from a large clinical trial confirm that, for some women with early-stage breast cancer who have lumpectomy as their surgical treatment, a less extensive lymph node biopsy approach is sufficient.. The trial showed that women with early-stage breast cancer who have cancer cells in one or two sentinel lymph nodes can skip axillary lymph node dissection (ALND) after breast. micrometastasis: (mī'krō-mĕ-tas'tă-sis), A stage of metastasis when the secondary tumors are too small to be clinically detected, as in micrometastatic disease.
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In this book, leading experts in the area of micrometastasis research provide an overview that summarizes the current state of research on micrometastatic disease in patients with solid tumors. In each chapter, the technical aspect as well as clinical Micrometastasis book of micrometastasis detection is.
In this book, leading experts in the area of micrometastasis research provide an overview that summarizes the current state of research on micrometastatic disease in patients with solid tumors.
Micrometastases were originally defined by pathologists as small occult metastases. Get this from a library. Micrometastasis. [Klaus Pantel] -- Distant metastases are the main cause of cancer-related death.
The onset of the metastatic process can now be assessed in cancer patients by the use of immunocytochemical and molecular methods that. Melissa Pilewskie, Hiram S. Cody III, in The Breast (Fifth Edition), Logistical Hurdles in the Detection of Axillary Lymph Node Micrometastases.
Although the preceding results present heterogenous outcomes for patients with micrometastasis, the authors of the first Ludwig study 18 in present a persuasive case for their conclusion that SS analysis of “negative” ALN should “be.
Sofia Sousa, Jorma A. Määttä, in Bone Cancer Micrometastasis book Edition), Macrophages in metastasis formation. Macrophages were shown to promote CTC extravasation and tissue micrometastasis formation in mIn tumor metastasis, a population. Micrometastasis in colorectal cancer Article (PDF Available) in ANZ Journal of Surgery 88(4) October with 53 Reads How we measure 'reads'.
If pathologists detect a micrometastasis in a single section from that block, they do not know whether they are evaluating the largest dimension of the metastasis or only the tip of a metastatic iceberg or whether it is the only metastasis in the lymph node or one of many.
Precise determination of the size requires too many sections and too Cited by: Micrometastases are a small collection of cancer cells that have been shed from the original tumor and spread to another part of the body through the blood or lymph nodes.
They group together and form a second tumor that's too small to be seen with imaging tests such as a mammogram or MRI, and can only be seen under a : Pam Stephan.
radiation therapy to the underarm lymph nodes (axillary irradiation) chemotherapy after surgery (adjuvant chemotherapy) hormonal therapy after surgery (adjuvant hormonal therapy) if the cancer is hormone-receptor-positive; One or more of these treatments may be used if micrometastases are found in the sentinel lymph node.
Background The association of isolated tumor cells and micrometastases in regional lymph nodes with the clinical outcome of breast cancer is unclear. Methods We identified all patients in the Nethe Cited by: Micrometastases Mangement. Background: Sentinel lymph node biopsy (SLNB) is now the standard of care used in the staging of the regional lymph nodes in breast cancer.
As result of the wide adoption of SLNB attention turned into a detailed examination of the biopsied lymph node(s) and subsequent rise in the incidence of finding lymph node. A micrometastasis is a small collection of cancer cells that has been shed from the original tumor and spread to another part of the body through the lymphovascular system.
Micrometastases are too few, in size and quantity, to be picked up in a screening or diagnostic test, and therefore cannot be seen with imaging tests such as a mammogram, MRI, ultrasound, PET, or CT scans.
Purpose To determine the rate of nonsentinel lymph node (NSN) involvement at axillary lymph node dissection (ALND) and predictive factors of this involvement following detection of micrometastasis in sentinel nodes (SN). Methods We analyzed observations of SN micrometastases with additional ALND with the characteristics of the patients, tumors, and SN.
Cited by: In the present study, the farthest distance of micrometastasis was mm, mm and mm in 95%, 99% and % patients without macroscopic tumor thrombi or macrosatellites, respectively, which is different from the reported results of other prospective studies on micrometastasis, but is in agreement with clinical follow-up studies[10 Cited by: Lynn M.
Schuchter, a melanoma specialist who served as an expert ASCO commentator at the briefing, said the trial is an important study that helps elucidate how to manage patients with a lower risk of recurrence, but that more evidence is needed for a broad change in current practice.
Keywords: Sentinel lymph node, N-stage, Isolated tumor cells, Micrometastasis, Macrometastasis The management and treatment of the axilla is moving towards conservatism since complete removal of axillary lymph nodes after sentinel lymph node (SLN) has not been affecting the overall survival and recurrence free by: 8.
Micrometastases of breast cancer. Micrometastases of breast cancer is a subject of some controversy in breast cancer staging and fact, the term ‘micro metastasis‘ is not in common use among all breast cancer refers to the detection of a tiny amount of malignant breast cancer cells in the axillary lymph nodes and/or the sentinel node.
A brief look at how micrometasteses of the breast are being treated and the results from the MIRROR study which looked at whether or not micrometastases are predictive of recurrence.The NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms features 8, terms related to cancer and medicine.
We offer a widget that you can add to your website to let users look up cancer-related terms. Get NCI’s Dictionary of Cancer Terms Widget. Metastasis (spread of cancer in the body) is the main cause of death for patients with breast cancer, the leading female tumour in the industrialised countries and developing countries alike.
The biology and treatment of breast cancer metastasis remains an active area of scientific and clinical investigation. Written by experts in the subject area, the book has covered a broad range of topics.