Oncology

Oncology - Term Definition What syndromes are associated...

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Term: What syndromes are associated with leukemia? Definition: Down, Bloom, and Fanconi's Term: sites for Osteogenic sarcoma? Definition: proximal and distal long bones Term: typical patient for osteogenic sarcoma? Definition: teenager going through growth spurt with pain Term: What race is associated wtih ewing sarcoma? osteogenic sarcoma? Definition: not african americans. african americans Term: Ewing or osteogenic sarcoma associated with soft tissue component? Definition: Ewing
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Term: treat OS or Ewing sarcoma. Definition: chemo, radiation, and surgery Term: main site of OS mets? Definition: lungs Term: Recurring persistent pain even in the face of trauma? Definition: Osteogenic sarcoma Term: Describe osteoid osteoma. Definition: Tibia or femur pain relieved by ibuprofen worse at night Term: Xray for osteoid osteoma? Definition: Central radiolucent surrounded by sclerotic bone
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Term: Most common solid tumors? Definition: Brain tumors Term: Presentation of brain tumor? Definition: Headache worse in the morning better with standing and vomiting Term: Most common pediatric malignancy? Definition: ALL Term: Poor prognosis for ALL? Definition: Younger than 2, wbc >50, T cell Term: What ALL is ok? Definition: Pre B cell
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Term: Presentation of ALL? Definition: Bone pain, joint swelling, fevers, pancytopenia, WBC count may be normal, enlarged liver or spleen Term: Treatment of leukemia Definition: Chemi to induce remission, intrathecal chemotherapy Term: Hodgkins presentation? Definition: Teens, non tender enlarged cervical nodes, weight loss, night sweats Term: Hodgkins progression?
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