spontaneous tumor

spontaneous tumor

Oncology A neoplasm that arises in a control animal/person that is not exposed to a known carcinogen or tumor-promoting factor–eg, ionizing radiation, HPV
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Spontaneous Tumor Lysis Syndrome in Childhood T cell Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia.
In our report, we present the case of a patient with metastatic uveal carcinoma to the liver who was successfully treated with nab-paclitaxel, allowing for recovery from life-threatening spontaneous tumor lysis.
Spontaneous tumor growth slowing and even tumor regression in childhood or adolescent patients with PTC might be rather common phenomena.
Figuring out how to trigger a spontaneous tumor regression is kind of the Holy Grail in alternative cancer care.
Caples, "Spontaneous Tumor Lysis Syndrome in the Setting of B-Cell Lymphoma," Case Reports in Medicine, vol.
Spontaneous tumor lysis syndrome makes up for only 15% of TLS cases and is typically seen in highly aggressive hematologic malignancies [8, 9].
Therefore, we provisionally diagnosed that the retroperitoneal hemorrhage was a result of the spontaneous tumor rupture.
Spontaneous tumor necrosis at initial biopsy was of borderline significance (Figure 2, B).
Spontaneous tumor rupture or during excision denotes a high risk independent of any other prognostic factor.
Female mice bearing a spontaneous tumor about 10 mm in diameter were anaesthetized with an intra-peritoneal injection of 40 mg/kg Nembutal.
Indolent clinical course and spontaneous tumor regression may occur in the two forms of infantile myofibromatosis without visceral involvement.
To overcome the limitations associated with the experimental brain metastasis model, several laboratories have adopted the use of spontaneous tumor models.

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