Blog Posts - Small Cell Carcinoma



Adenocarcinoma And Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Adenocarcinoma :According to the statics of the US cancer society about 1% of all bladder cancer cases are adenocarcinomas. The cancer cells, when observed under the microscope show many common features, when compared to the gland – forming cells o...
by All Type Of Cancer Diseases on Mar 31, 2016

Small Cell Carcinoma

Small Cell Carcinoma – Bladder Cancer: The US cancer society states that less than about 1% of cancer cases in the united states are small cell carcinomas. This class of cancer generally starts in the neuro-endocrine cells and they need to be...
by All Type Of Cancer Diseases on Mar 29, 2016

Why Carcinoma Lung Cancer Is the Leading Cause of Death in Lung Cancer Patients

Small Cell Carcinoma Lung Cancer Small cell carcinoma is an aggressive disease starting in the patient’s lungs which rapidly metastasizes if not diagnosed and treat...
by Cancer Information Center on Aug 28, 2011

How Cushing’s Syndrome Can Cause Diabetes

Other than lifestyle and environmental factors, type 2 diabetes can also be caused by Cushing’s syndrome. Usually, it happens more in adults than any other age groups. What happens is the cortisol hormone is produced excessively from the adrena...
by Diabetes Away on Aug 4, 2011

Analyses the basic classification of lung cancer

  Analyses the basic classification: lung cancer    1, small cell lung cancer    Small cell lung cancer (SCLC) or oat cell carcinoma, nearly 20% of the Lung can...
by Cancer Information Center on Jul 1, 2011

What are The Symptoms of Lung Cancer

What are The Symptoms of Lung Cancer ? Commons symptoms of Lung Cancer include; worsening breathlessness, chronic cough, weight loss, constant chest pain & coughing up bloods. Coughing up-blood will be an early symptom, at this time the patient s...
by Lung Cancer Symptoms on May 24, 2011

Histopathology Lung–Small cell carcinoma

Histopathology Lung–Small cell carcinoma...
by Lung Cancer Mesothelioma Blog on Feb 19, 2011

Cervical cancer diagnosed? Tests centers Summary: Basics

1, left ventricular pressure rise is the fastest: isovolumic contraction 2, secretin release is the most effective Hcl 3, the reflex arc, the most prone to fatigue central part of it is reflected in the synaptic 4, and most of the lipoprotein cholest...
by Cancer Information Center on Jan 9, 2011


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