Many translated example sentences containing “carcinoma escamoso” cáncer de piel: carcinoma basocelular, carcinoma escamoso y melanoma. Carcinoma epidermoide primario do estomago Primary epidermoid carcinoma of Por la edad de la paciente y ser menos frecuente en mucosa que en la piel, un estudio retrospectivo de 74 y 63 pacientes con carcinoma infiltrante de la . CARCINOMA EPIDERMOIDE INFILTRANTE:REPORTE DE UN CASO. Article · October with 1 Reads Dec ; Piel. Agustín Buendía-Eisman.
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Carcinoma epidermoide del margen anal contra calidad de vida. Directory of Open Access Journals Sweden. Full Text Available La calidad de vida de los pacientes debe tenerse en cuenta. El tratamiento y conducta con fines paliativos tiene como objetivo mejorar la calidad de vida de estas personas. Differentiated nasosinusal epidermoid carcinoma. Two case reports of young patients, who were treated in the Otolaryngology Department from ‘Dr.
One of the cases epideromide nasal obstruction, rhinorrhoea and facial pain, for 7 months; epidermoiide other one presented an increase of volume in the right ocular globe. In both, the results of the biopsy confirmed the diagnosis of differentiated nasosinusal epidermoid carcinoma. Epidermoid carcinoma of the external auditory canal. A 43 years-old, urban, male patient assists the consultation of Otolaryngology with a long evolving otorrhea around two yearsreceiving several treatments against the external otitis he suffered.
With those antecedents and what we found when examining him, we decided to take a carclnoma biopsy of the area, diagnosing an epidermoid carcinoma of the left external canal, an infrequent pathology in our settings. Carcinoma epidermoide primario do estomago Primary infilrrante carcinoma of the stomach.
Attention is called by the AA. The tumor is located on the lesser curvature of the stomach under the appearance of a crateriform formation, 3. The esophagus and cardia are not affected by this process. Metastases were found in the heart, liver, capsule of the pancreas, lungs and adrenal glands. The histological examination reveals in te primary tumor and in the metastatic foci a carcinoma of epidermoid type.
Large and small cells non-keratinizing epidermoid vaginal carcinoma. Five case reports of patients who were assisted at the cervix Pathology Department from ‘Mariana Grajales Coello’ Provincial Gynecological Obstetrical Hospital in Santiago de Cuba due to vaginal bleeding, low abdominal pain, leukorrhea and vaginal injuries are presented. The pathological study confirmed the diagnosis of squamous or epidermoid cells carcinoma.
Comparative study of cell alterations in oral lichen planus and epidermoid carcinoma of the mouth mucosa. Currently, much is discussed regarding the pre-malignant nature of mouth mucosa lichen planus.
The present study aims at analyzing the alterations found in the epithelial cells present in the oral cavity lichen planus, comparing them to those found in epidermoid carcinoma.
Histological cross-sections of oral lichen planus and epidermoid carcinomadyed by hematoxylineosin, were analyzed through light microscopy.
The most frequently found alterations in oral lichen planus were: As to the types of alterations, the chi-squared test also revealed statistically significant differences among the lesions assessed in relation to the following cell alterations: Prognostic significance of s-phase fraction detected by antithymidine antibodies in epidermoid cervix carcinomas.
To assess the predictive value of pretreatment proliferative activity of epidermoid cervix carcinoma cells with respect to short- and long-term results of radiotherapy. The proliferative activity of 25 epidermoid cervix carcinomas was evaluated as the immunofluorescent labelling index LI by rabbit antithymidine antibodies reacting specifically with single-stranded DNA of replication forks in S-phase cells. The short-term clinical outcome was estimated at months after treatment by visual and palpatory examination.
Three-year follow-up data were obtained through hospital charts and correspondence with referring physicians for only 19 patients. There was no statistically significant association between LI and such conventional prognostic factors as clinical carcinomw. The LI value of cervix carcinomas was significantly associated with complete regression at months after radiotherapy and 3-year disease-free survival. Complete regression at months was observed in Probability of 3-year disease-free survival was The immunofluorescent LI of epidermoid cervix carcinoma is able to provide prognostic information on short-term tumor response to radiotherapy and disease-free survival.
The place of radiotherapy in muco- epidermoid carcinmoa of salivary glands in child. As muco- epidermoid carcinomas are the most frequent tumours of salivary glands for child, the authors report the study of the role of radiotherapy.
This study is based on a survey performed in 34 paediatric departments. The authors analyse the age and gender, the use of irradiation, the tumour location, the tumour grade and size, the use of surgery and of radiotherapy, and survival. Radiotherapy is beneficial for high grade tumours, but cannot be recommended for low and intermediate grades.
The tumor originated in the main bronchial tube of the lower and middle lobes of the right lung and invaded the entire pericardial vicinity forming a cuirass and causing tumoral constrictive pericarditis.
Microscopic studies revealed a well differentiated squamous type infiltrantr carcinoma. Bronchogenic carcinomas are frequently associated with. Fibroblast growth factor 2 FGF2 is a well-known survival factor.
However, its epidermoode in DNA repair is poorly documented.
The side population SP with cancer stem cell-like properties and the main population MP were isolated from human A squamous carcinoma cells.
Radiation-induced DNA damage and repair were assessed using the alkaline comet assay. In contrast, in MP cells, a slower repair of damage was associated with low basal expression of FGF2. We postulate that carcinoma stem cells would be intrinsically primed to rapidly repair DNA damage by a high constitutive level of nuclear FGF2.
In contrast, the main population with a low FGF2 content exhibits a lower repair rate which can be increased by exogenous FGF2. Review of photodynamic therapy with 5-methyl aminolevulinate in actinic keratosis, epidermoid carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma. A bibliographic review was conduced on the use of 5-methyl aminolevulinate in dermatology, specifically in the treatment of actinic keratosis, epidermoid carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma.
The basic fundamentals of photodynamic therapy are described. The clinical studies that were realized with photodynamic therapy for the treatment of actinic keratosis, epidermoid carcinoma and basal cell carcinoma are mentioned. Different photo-inducible agents and other current therapeutic options of first-line are compared. The MAL-PDT has have the advantage of to present less side effects and the same have been more tolerable than liquid nitrogen and 5 fluorouracil.
Invasive epidermoid carcinoma has existed without evidence to support the routine use of this therapeutic. For superficial basal cell carcinomathe MAL-PDT has presented a high cure rate and transient and manageable side epidermoive in extensive and multiple lesions.
The MAL-PDT has infiltrate an effective and safe treatment in patients with basal cell carcinomafor those with less depth of 2mm. The MAL-PDT could play an important role in the field of prevention with immunosuppressed patients, particularly, those that have required transplant and its immunosuppression has been pharmacological.
The use or not epidermoidw the MAL-PDT, should be evaluated individually for each patient and to have suitable characteristics for each disease that was cited in this review. The photodynamic therapy with 5-methyl aminolevulinate has been a therapeutic modality of considerable economy, however, it should be evaluated in the context of number of inquiries and side effects that have offered other therapeutic modalities [es.
Cutaneous epidermoid carcinoma spinocellular carcinoma: This guide aims at providing practitioners taking into care patients presenting a cutaneous cancer with recommendations based on scientific evidences or expert agreements.
Epidermoidr precisely, the objectives are to clarify the terminology used to describe the different forms of cutaneous epidermoid carcinoma CEC and of their precursors actinic keratosis, Bowen’s diseaseto propose a prognosis classification of CECs adapted to the previously identified prognosis ingiltrante, to optimise the diagnosis and therapy of actinic keratosis and Bowen’s disease according to recent publications, and to recall the principles of a primary prevention of CECs and of their precursors, and of screening of high risk individuals.
Thus, the different parts of this report address the following issues: Radiotherapy notably comprises external radiotherapy and interstitial brachytherapy. Indications for radiotherapy are discussed with respect to existing guides and to the clinical situation.
The authors address the care of CECs and of their precursors prevention, screening and clinical diagnosis, care of invasive CECs, keratoacanthoma treatment. They finally discuss quality criteria aimed at practice improvement, and perspectives regarding the evolution of this guide and studies to be performed. Combined regional chemotherapy and radiation therapy in the treatment of epidermoid carcinoma in the oro-facial region. Treatment was studied of oro-facial epidermoid carcinoma by combined chemo- and radiotherapy and eventual surgery.
Cytostatic drugs were applied intraarterially. After a monocytostatic treatment trial with Methotrexate MTXa combined cytostatic program was developed alternating two infiltrane drugs, viz. The usefulness of chemotherapy and its inclusion in the treatment of epidermoid carcinoma in the oro-facial region was found justified for combined therapy. The selected intraarterial rpidermoide, however, is not suitable for routine application.
For this reason, the combination irradiation or surgical therapy with chemotherapy was adopted. Radiation therapy of non-resected epidermoid carcinoma of the esophagus. During the period between January and March72 patients with locoregional or extensive epidermoid carcinomas of the esophagus were treated with radiation.
Patients were subdivided into three groups ; 17 patients who received a radiation dose of more than 50 Gy to locoregional carcinomas curative group44 patients who received more than 50 Gy to extensive carcinomas non-curative group and 11 patients infultrante received less than 50 Gy to locoregional or extensive carcinomas palliative group.
Both local control and survival rates were excellent and highest in the curative group, followed by the non-curative and palliative groups, respectively. infiltrange
Survival rates at 1, 2, 3, and 5 years were, The median survival periods wereand days in the curative, non-curative and palliative group, respectively. Assuming the survival of patients beyond 2 years to be the excellent result of radiation therapy of carcinoma of the esophagus, the favorable factors were determined to be as follows. Stage I or II carcinomasa tumor length of less than 5 cm, complete tumor response to radiation CRduration of symptoms of more than 6 months, and radiation dose of more than 71 Gy.
Multimodality approach to surgical management of locally advanced epidermoid carcinoma of the anorectum. Seven patients five female, two male had locally advanced epidermoid carcinoma of the anal canal. Three patients had recurrent or persistent disease previously treated and four had advanced primary cancer. Five patients had groin node metastasis.
All patients received one or two cycles of chemotherapy pre-operatively and four not previously irradiated received radiation.
All patients had total resection of all gross tumor with microscopic clear margins and five had groin dissection. One patient had no residual pidl in specimen and one patient had a microscopic focus only.
Four of five patients had residual nodal metastases at groin dissection. Currently three patients are free of disease at 24, 24, and 26 months.
Two patients died with disease at 6 months and 34 months, and puel patients died of other causes while still free of disease, at 4 and 5 months after resection. Multimodality therapy of locally advanced epidermoid cancer of anal canal can provide effective control and palliation of many of these tumors and, in some, possibly effect cure.
Combination of radiotherapy and cetuximab for patients suffering from of an advanced and non operable epidermoid carcinoma of the ORL sphere: The authors report a retrospective survey of a set of locally advanced epidermoid carcinomas treated by irradiation and cetuximab.