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The Kaposi’s sarcoma is a malignant tumor that can occur especially on the skin, but also on mucous membranes and internal organs such as the bowel. Characteristic are brownish, nodular lesions that usually appear first on the legs. Kaposi’s sarcoma…

A malignant melanoma or black skin cancer is an aggressive, highly malignant skin tumor that occurs predominantly on areas of the skin that expose to sunlight (e.g. face, neck, arms and lower legs). A malignant melanoma occurs not only on…

Spinaliom or Squamous cell carcinoma is a type of white skin cancer. Squamous cell carcinoma i defined as a malignant skin tumor that can occur on skin and mucous membranes and grows destructively . It is malignant tumor of cells…

The basal cell carcinoma (BCC) is a type of white skin cancer and also known as basal cell Skin cancer. Bcc is most common form of skin cancer. It develops from the so-called basal cells at the base of the epidermis.…

Actinic Keratosis Or Solar Keratosis The actinic keratosis is a specific lesion that produced by ultraviolet rays ( actinic means caused by radiation and keratosis means growth of keration on mucus membrane or on skin ). Since ultraviolet light occurs…

  Treatments of Colon Cancer or Colorectal Cancer For colon cancer the treatment depend on how far the disease has progressed in the area of ​​the colon. If colon cancer detected in time, i.e. Before the daughter metastases has formed…

Colorectal cancer is also known as Bowel cancer or colon cancer or rectum cancer. Colorectal cancer can generally arise in any part of the intestine: in the small intestine, in the colon or in the anal area. Tumors in the…

This is a rare benign tumor, most often occurring in children under 12 years. It represents less than 1% of all brain tumors. In children, the most frequent site of this tumor in the lateral ventricles. Plexuspapillome grow slowly inside…

A oligodendroglioma is a bran tumor , which results from cells in the brain form the scaffold for nerve cells. The corresponding cells is called oligodendrocytes . However, the scaffold is not only occur from oligodendrocytes and other cell types…

A neuroma (Neuron = nerve cell) is a benign, slow-growing brain tumor that occurs mostly in the posterior fossa. The most commonly occur in the Schwann cells of the eighth cranial nerve. This nerve is a twin Cochleovestibular nerve, therefore…