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neoplasm associated with chronic atrophic gastritis, pernicious anemia, postsurgical gastric remnants
diseases associated with gastric adenocarcinoma
neoplasm associated with tuberous sclerosis (facial angiofibromas-formerly adenoma sebaceum; seizures; MR)
diseases associated with astrocytoma and cardiac rhabdomyoma
neoplasm associated with actinic keratosis
diseases associated with squamous cell carcinoma of skin
neoplasm associated with Barrett's esophagus (chronic GI reflux)
diseases associated with esophageal adenocarcinoma
neoplasm associated with Plummer-Vinson syndrome (iron defiency --> anemia, esophageal webs, atrophic glossitis)
diseases associated with Squamous cell carcinoma of esophagus
neoplasm associated with Cirrhosis
diseases associated with HCC
neoplasm associated with Ulcerative colitis
diseases associated with Colonic adenocarcinoma
neoplasm associated with Paget's disease of bone
diseases associated with 2' osteosarcoma and fibrosarcoma
neoplasm associated with Immunodeficiency states
diseases associated with malignant lymphomas
neoplasm associated with AIDS
diseases associated with Aggressive malignant Non-Hodgkin's lymphomas, Kaposi's sarcoma
neoplasm associated with Autoimmune diseases (eg Hashimoto's thyroiditis, Myasthenia gravis)
diseases associated with benign and malignant thymoma
neoplasm associated with Acanthosis nigricans (hyperpigmentation and epidermal thickening)
diseases associated with visceral malignancies (stomach, lung, breast, uterus)
neoplasm associated with Dysplastic nevus
diseases associated with Malignant melanoma
associated with what tumor? abl
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: CML
associated with what tumor? c-myc
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Burkitt's lymphoma
associated with what tumor? bcl-2
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Follicular and undifferentiated lymphomas (inhibits apoptosis)
associated with what tumor? erb-B2
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Breast, ovarian, and gastric carcinomas
associated with what tumor? ras
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Colon carcinoma
associated with what tumor? L-myc
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Lung tumor
associated with what tumor? N-myc
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Neuroblastoma
associated with what tumor? ret
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: MEN II and III (IIB)
associated with what tumor? Rb (13q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Retinoblastoma, osteosarcoma
associated with what tumor? BRCA 1 and 2 (17q, 13q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Breast and ovarian cancer
associated with what tumor? p53 (17p)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Li-Fraumeni syndrome, most human cancers
associated with what tumor? p16 (9p)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Melanoma
associated with what tumor? APC (5q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Colorectal cancer
associated with what tumor? WT1 (11q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Wilms tumor
associated with what tumor? NF1 (17q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Neurofibromatosis I
associated with what tumor? NF2 (22q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Neurofibromatosis II
associated with what tumor? DPC (18q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Pancreatic cancer
associated with what tumor? DCC (18q)
name the oncogone / tumor suppressor: Colon cancer
associated with what tumor? PSA
name the marker: Prostate Carcinoma, used for screening
associated with what tumor? CEA
name the marker: Colorectal and Pancreatic cancer (also gastric and breast carcinomas)
associated with what tumor? AFP
name the marker: Hepatocellular carcinomas
associated with what tumor? AFP
name the marker: Nonseminomatous germ cell tumors of the testis (eg yolk sac tumor)
associated with what tumor? B-HCG
name the marker: Hydatidiform moles, Choriocarcinomas, Gestataionl trophoblastic tumors
associated with what tumor? CA-125
name the marker: Ovarian, malignant epithelial tumors
associated with what tumor? S-100
name the marker: Melanoma, neural tumors, astrocytomas
associated with what tumor? Alkaline Phosphatase
name the marker: Mets to bone, Paget's disease of bone (excess osteoclast activity), obstructive biliary disease
associated with what tumor? Bombesin
name the marker: Neuroblastoma, lung and gastric cancer
associated with what tumor? TRAP (tartrate-resistant acid phosphatase)
name the marker: Hairy B-cell leukemia
associated with what tumor? HTLV-1
name the assoc virus: Adult T-Cell Leukemia
associated with what tumor? HBV/HCV
name the assoc virus: HCC
associated with what tumor? EBV
name the assoc virus: Burkitt's lymphoma, nasopharyngeal carcinoma
associated with what tumor? HPV
name the assoc virus: Cervical carcinoma (16,18), penile/anal carcinoma
associated with what tumor? HHV-8
name the assoc virus: Kaposi's sarcoma, boty cavity fluid B-cell lymphoma
associated with what tumor? Psammoma Bodies
PSaMMoma: Papillary (thyroid), Serous (ovary), Meningioma, Mesothelioma
associated with what organ? Aflatoxins
name the associated toxin: HCC
associated with what organ? Vinyl Chloride
name the associated toxin: Liver (angiosarcoma)
associated with what organ? CCl4
name the associated toxin: Liver (centrilobular necrosis, fatty change)
associated with what organ? Nitrosamines
name the associated toxin: Esophagus, stomach
associated with what organ? Cigarette smoke
name the associated toxin: Larynx, Lung
associated with what organ? Asbestos
name the associated toxin: Lung (mesothelioma, bronchogenic carcinoma)
associated with what organ? Arsenic
name the associated toxin: Skin (squamos cell carcinoma)
associated with what organ? Naphtalene (analine) dyes
name the associated toxin: Bladder (transitional cell carcinoma)
associated with what organ? Alkylating agents
name the associated toxin: Blood (leukemia)
associated with what tumor? ACTH / ACTH-like-peptide (--> Cushing's syndrome)
paraneoplastic effects of: Small cell lung carcinoma
associated with what tumor? ADH (SIADH)
paraneoplastic effects of: Small cell lung carcinoma and intracranial neoplasms)
associated with what tumor? Hyperclacemia
paraneoplastic effects of: Squamous cell lung carcinoma, RCC, breast carcinoma, multiple myeloma, bone mets (via PTHrp, TGF-b, TNF-a, IL-1)
associated with what tumor? Polycythemia
paraneoplastic effects of: RCC, hemangioblastoma (EPO)
associated with what tumor? Lambert-Eaton syndrome (muscle weakness)
paraneoplastic effects of: Thymoma, small cell lung carcinoma (Abs against Ca++ channels at neuromuscular junction)
associated with what tumor? Gout, urate nephropathy
paraneoplastic effects of: Leukemias and lymphomas (excess nuclear acid turnover, esp with cytotoxic tx)
Brain mets
50% of brain tumors are mets. "Lots of Bad Shit Kills Glia" (Lung, Breat, Skin-melanoma, Kidney, GI)
Liver mets
"Cancer Sometimes Penetrates Benign Liver" (Colon > Stomach > Pancreas > Breast > Lung)
Bone mets
"P.T. Barnum Loves Kids:" Prostate, Thyroid, Testes, Breast (Both lytic and Blastic), Lung (Lytic), Kidney; Breast and Prostate are most common; Mets >> 1' bone tumors
Cancer Epi, Men
Incidence: Prostate > Lung > Colon/Rectum; Mortality: Lung > Prostate
Cancer Epi, Women
Incidence: Breast > Lung > Colon/rectum; Mortality: Lung > breast (replace male Prostate with Breast)