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Tuberous sclerosis complex
Peron A and Northrup H. Am J Med Genet C Semin Med Genet 2018. PMID 30325570
Clinical retrospective analysis of cases with multiple primary malignant neoplasms.
Xu LL and Gu KS. Genet Mol Res 2014. PMID 24682981 Free article.
The etiological factors, clinical characteristics, diagnosis, treatment strategies, and prognosis of multiple primary malignant neoplasms (MPMNs) were investigated in order to improve its diagnosis and therapy. ...There were 167 cases with duplex primary cancers, 2 cases with triple primary cancers, 1 case with quadruple primary cancer, 46 synchronous MPMNs (SMPMNs), and 124 metachronous MPMNs (MMPMNs). ...
The etiological factors, clinical characteristics, diagnosis, treatment strategies, and prognosis of multiple primary malignan …
[Clinical analysis of 138 multiple primary cancers diagnosed of digestive system malignant tumor initially].
Lyu JM, et al. Zhonghua Zhong Liu Za Zhi 2018. PMID 29502377 Chinese.
Objective: To study the clinical characteristics, strategy of treatment and prognosis of multiple primary cancers(MPC) diagnosed of digestive system malignant tumor firstly. ...There were 129 cases of duplex primary cancers, 8 cases of triple primary cancers and 1 case of quintuple primary cancers. The repetitive primary cancer was occurred in digestive system (61cases, 44.2%) most frequently, with the next in respiratory system (46 cases, 33.3%). 52.2% (72 cases) suffered second primary cancer in 2 years after first primary cancer diagnosed, and 75.4% (104 cases) in 5 years. ...
Objective: To study the clinical characteristics, strategy of treatment and prognosis of multiple primary cancers(MPC) diagnos …
Multiple primary malignant neoplasms associated with prostate cancer in 312 consecutive cases.
Kawakami S, et al. Urol Int 1997. PMID 9444743
The relative risk for a second primary cancer after the diagnosis of prostate cancer and the prognostic impact of the association of multiple primary malignant neoplasms (MPMNs) in patients with prostate cancer were analyzed in a retrospective study. ...Of the 287 patients, 12 developed a second primary malignancy compared with 17 expected (relative risk 0.71, 95% confidence interval 0.45-1.4). ...
The relative risk for a second primary cancer after the diagnosis of prostate cancer and the prognostic impact of the association of …
Multiple primary neoplasms. Considerations on 42 cases.
Prosperi Porta R, et al. Eur J Gynaecol Oncol 1995. PMID 8536763
During the years 1977-1993, 2,108 cases of gynecologic primary neoplasms were observed in the Department of Gynecology and Obstetrics of La Sapienza University in Rome. Forty-two cases were multiple primary cancers. Of these, 27 had multiple primary neoplasms involving only gynecologic sites, 15 had a neoplasm involving also another site; 3 patients had triple primary neoplasms. ...
During the years 1977-1993, 2,108 cases of gynecologic primary neoplasms were observed in the Department of Gynecology and Obs …
Multiple neoplasms among cervical cancer patients in the material of the lower Silesian cancer registry.
Izmajłowicz B, et al. Adv Clin Exp Med 2014. PMID 24979516 Free article.
BACKGROUND: According to the definition by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), primary multiple neoplasms are two or more neoplasms of different histopathological build in one organ, or two or more tumors occurring in one patient, regardless of the time of their occurrence (synchronic - up to 6 months, metachronous - after 6 months), coming from an organ or a tissue and not being an infiltration from another neoplasm, a relapse or a metastasis. ...Synchronic neoplasms require detailed diagnostics and planning of treatment by a team of specialists. The occurrence of primary multiple cervical neoplasms does not worsen the prognosis as compared to patients suffering exclusively from cervical cancer....
BACKGROUND: According to the definition by the International Agency for Research on Cancer (IARC), primary multiple neoplas
The contribution of second primary cancers to the mortality of patients with a gastric first primary cancer.
Morais S, et al. Eur J Gastroenterol Hepatol 2019. PMID 30601339
OBJECTIVES: Gastric first primary cancers (FPCs) have an increased risk of developing second primary cancers (SPCs). However, their effect on mortality remains poorly understood. ...In synchronous SPCs, the 10-year cumulative mortality was similar to that of FPCs only; the estimates were higher in lung SPCs. ...
OBJECTIVES: Gastric first primary cancers (FPCs) have an increased risk of developing second primary cancers (SPCs). However, …
Multiple primary malignant neoplasms in breast cancer patients in Israel.
Schenker JG, et al. Cancer 1984. PMID 6722740
The data of an epidemiologic study of multiple primary malignant neoplasms in breast cancer patients in Israel are presented. During the 18-year period of the study 12,302 cases of breast carcinoma were diagnosed, and, of these, 984 patients (8%) had multiple primary malignant tumors. ...
The data of an epidemiologic study of multiple primary malignant neoplasms in breast cancer patients in Israel are pres …
Second primary cancers -  causes, incidence and the future.
Koubková L, et al. Klin Onkol 2014 - Review. PMID 24635432
With this improvement in survival, attention is now being focused on potential longterm complications such as multiple primary tumors, which represent a leading cause of late nonrelapse mortality. ...Multiple primary neoplasms have become the third most common finding in oncology since 1890s, when they were first described. ...
With this improvement in survival, attention is now being focused on potential longterm complications such as multiple primary
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