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Malignant Intestinal Tumors
- these are pathological proliferation of atypical cells with an autonomous (not always) progressive irreversible nature of growth, which replace and infiltrate normal tissue.
Stage 1 - a tumor of small size, localized in the thickness of the mucosa or submucosal layer, without metastases;
Stage 2: a) a tumor of large sizes, but not more than a semicircle of the intestine, does not go beyond it, without metastases; b) a tumor of the same size with single metastases to regional lymph nodes;
Stage 3: a) the tumor occupies more than a semicircle of the intestinal lumen, germinates its entire wall or peritoneum, without metastases to regional lymph nodes; b) a tumor of any size in the presence of multiple metastases to regional lymph nodes;
Stage 4 - an extensive tumor that grows into neighboring organs with multiple metastases in regional and distant lymph nodes.
With tumors of the small intestine: poor appetite; dyspeptic syndrome; decreased performance, attacks of general weakness and malaise.
With highly located tumors: nausea, vomiting, persistent diarrhea.
With low tumors: spastic pain; flatulence; partial intestinal obstruction, asymmetry of the abdomen; visible peristalsis.
Clinical forms of colon cancer: toxic-allergic; enterocolitic; dyspeptic; obstructive; pseudo-inflammatory; atypical tumor.
Clinical Diagnosis Examples
Cancer of the transverse colon of the Pa stage (T2, N1, M0).
2. Colorectal cancer (T2, N1, M0).
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Malignant Intestinal Tumors
- TUMOR GROWTH. TUMOR PROGRESSION. TUMOR MORPHOGENESIS. INVASION AND METASTASIS OF MALIGNANT TUMORS. BIOMOLECULAR TUMORS MARKERS. ANTITUMOR IMMUNITY. PARANEOPLASTIC SYNDROMES. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CLASSIFICATION OF TUMORS. MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF TUMORS FROM EPITELIUM AND TUMORS FROM TISSUES - DERIVATED MESENCHIMES
TUMOR GROWTH. TUMOR PROGRESSION. TUMOR MORPHOGENESIS. INVASION AND METASTASIS OF MALIGNANT TUMORS. BIOMOLECULAR TUMORS MARKERS. ANTITUMOR IMMUNITY. PARANEOPLASTIC SYNDROMES. BASIC PRINCIPLES OF CLASSIFICATION OF TUMORS. MORPHOLOGICAL FEATURES OF TUMORS FROM EPITELIUM AND TUMORS FROM TISSUES - DERIVATIVES
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- Malignant tumors
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