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What tumors are a/w CEA?
Colorectal
Pancreatic
Also: gastric, breast, thyroid medullary
What tumors are a/w AFP?
HCC
Yolk sac = Testicular nonseminoma
What tumors are a/w ß-hCG?
Choriocarcinoma (from Hydatidiform moles)
Gestational trophoblastic tumors
What tumors are a/w CA-125?
Ovarian
Malignant epithelial tumors
What tumors are a/w S-100?
Neural tumors
Astrocytomas
Melanomas
What tumors are a/w ↑Alk Phos?
Bone & Bile:
- Mets to Bone
- Paget's disease of Bone
(non cancer = Biliary obstruction)
What tumors are a/w Bombesin?
NeuroBLASToma
Lung
Gastric
What tumors are a/w TRAP?
HCL = Hairy Cell Leukemia

B-Cell
What tumors are a/w CA 19-9?
Pancreatic adenocarcinoma
What tumors are a/w Calcitonin?
Thyroid medullary carcinoma
What neoplasms are a/w Hashimotos thyroiditis?
Lymphomas
What neoplasms are a/w Down's syndrome?
ALL
AML
What neoplasms are a/w Plummer-Vinson syndrome?
Esophageal squamous cell carcinoma

DEFG:
- Dysphagia (Esophageal webs)
- Fe deficiency
- Glossitis
What neoplasms are a/w Tuberous Sclerosis?
Astrocytomas
Rhabdomyosarcomas (Cardiac)
Angiomyolipomas
What neoplasms are a/w Ataxia Telangiectasia?
Lymphomas
Acute leukemias
What neoplasms are a/w Paget's disease of the bone?
Osteosarcoma
Fibrosarcoma
What type of cancer is a/w the tumor suppressor Rb?
Retinoblastoma
Osteosarcoma
What type of cancer is a/w the tumor suppressor DPC?
Pancreatic adenocarcinoma
What type of cancer is a/w the tumor suppressor WT1?
Wilm's tumor
What type of cancer is a/w the tumor suppressor APC?
FAP (Colon cancer)
What neoplasm is a/w nitrosamines?
Gut tube:
- Esophageal cancer
- Gastric cancer
- Colon cancer
What neoplasm is a/w asbestos?
Mesothelioma
Bronchogenic carcinoma
What neoplasm is a/w naphthalene?
Bladder transitional cell
What neoplasm is a/w arsenic?
Squamous cell cancer of the skin
Angiosarcoma
What neoplasm is a/w EBV?
4:
- Nasopharyngeal
- Oral hairy leukoplakia
- Burkitt's lymphoma
- Hodgkins lymphoma

Epstein lives in BOHN
What neoplasm is a/w Schistoma haematobium?
Squamous cell cancer of the bladder
Which tumor marker would you use for HCV and HBV patients?
AFP
Which tumor marker would you use for ovarian cancer?
CA-125
Which tumor marker would you use for pancreatic cancer?
CEA
CA 19-9
Which tumor marker would you use for melanoma?
S-100
Which tumor marker would you use for colon caner?
CEA
Which tumor marker would you use for astrocytoma?
S-100
What is the most common cause of hypercalcemia?
1º Hyperparathyroidism
Malignancy
What neoplasm is commonly responsible for Cushing's syndrome?
Small cell lung

ACTH
Which tumor marker would you use for SIADH?
Small cell lung
Any intracranial neoplasm

ADH
Which tumor marker would you use for polycythemia?
Anything that makes EPO:
"R-eally H-ave P-lenty of H-eme"
1) RCC
2) HCC
3) Pheochromocytoma
4) Hemangioblastoma