Tag: adenocarcinoma

A Case Report on Primary Adenocarcinoma of Jejunum

The malignancy of the small intestine is a fairly uncommon condition. The most common site for intestinal cancer is the duodenum. The stricture is the most common symptom of the lesions. In India, tuberculosis is the most common cause of small intestinal stricture. Small intestinal obstruction is caused by...
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Study on Simulators of Pancreatic Adenocarcinoma: An Approach to Avoid Misdiagnosis

Examinable neoplastic, inflammatory, and benign pancreatic as well as non-pancreatic processes that can mimic pancreatic adenocarcinoma will be shown. Pancreatic adenocarcinoma (PA) is one of the most aggressive cancers, accounting for the fourth highest number of cancer-related fatalities in the Western world. When compared to normal pancreatic tissue modelling...
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A Current and Evolving Treatment Landscape on Esophageal Cancer

Overall survival for patients with many types of tumours has improved thanks to developments in cutting-edge technology, trendy diagnostic and prognostic molecular markers, and cutting-edge surgical procedures. However, there is a gap between esophageal cancer and the rapid advancements in cancer treatment found in other cancers. The 5-year survival...
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Prevalence of Clinically Concealed Prostatic Diseases at Post Mortem: A Teaching Hospital Experience in South-South, Nigeria

Background: Most post-mortem studies on prostate gland are limited to malignant prostatic tumours. The possibilities of finding other histological types of prostatic diseases were worth exploring bearing in mind that Nodular hyperplasia and cancer are of epidemiological importance. Aim: This study aims to determine the pattern of prostatic diseases...
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