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these comprise about 20% of lung cancers and are the most aggressive and rapidly growing of all lung cancers
small cell lung carcinoma
80% of all lung cancers are?
non-small cell
the most commonly seen type of NSCLC in the U.S. and comprise up to 50% of NSCLC
Adenocarcinomas
name the 3 types of NSCLC
Adenocarcinomas
Large Cell
Squamous cell
what are two screening tools for prostate CA?
DRE
PSA-prostate specific antigen
what is Paget's DZ?
Malignancy of the breast/nipple
what is the MC type of breast CA?
Ductal CA 75%

then:
Globular
Papilloma
What are risk factors for breast CA?
Estrogen; HER
early menarchy
late menopause
First degree relative
what is the vaccine for HPV?
Gardasil
what are the ABCDEs of melanoma
Assymetry
Border
Color
Diameter
Elevation
what are the 3 classifications of cancer?
Epithelial
Mesenchymal
Hematological
what are the ABVD chemo agents?
Adriamycin
Bleomycin
Vinblastine
Dacarbazine
name the CHOP chemo agents
Cyclophosphamide
Hydro adriamycin
Oncovin (Vincristine)
Prednisolone
Auer Rods
AML
Philly Chromosome
CML
what drug causes gingival hyperplasia as a side effect?
dilantin (phenytoin)
leukemias mostly seen in adults
AML
CML
CLL
malignant tumors of mesenchymal origin are called?
Sarcomas
malignant tumors of epithelial origin are called?
Carcinoma
what is anaplasia?
lack of cell differentiation in cancerous tissue
what 3 genes control cell growth and replication?
proto-oncogenes
tumor suppressor genes
gene that controls apoptosis