CANCER TERMS

CANCER TERMS
Adenoma:
Benign, benign, benign

Adjuvan:
Surgical adjuvant chemotherapy
Allogenic KIT: (delivery of the tissue-compatible donor to the patient)

Acute:
Fast, short time

Alpha-fetoprotein (ALP):
Biochemical marker specific for germ cell tumors

Alopecia:
Hair loss

Alternative medicine:
Treatment with herbs and other medicinally accepted treatments

Analgesic:
Painkiller

Anemia:
Anemia

Anxiety:
Concern

Anorexia:
Anorexia

Antiemetic:
Anti-vomiting

Anti-inflammatory:
Inflammatory (inflammation) reducing

Antioxidant:
Protective against oxidation

Aspiration:
Food or fluid to the respiratory tract and to the lung

Benign:
Good-natured, selim, adenom

Beta-human chorionic gonadotropin (BHCG):
Biochemical marker specific for germ cell tumors

Biopsy:
Removal of cell and tissue samples for diagnostic purposes. The received parts are examined under a microscope. The needle biopsy is called fine needle biopsy.

Blast:
Cells are characterized by immature abnormal shape

CT (computed tomography):
X-ray imaging

Growth factor:
Drug to raise when blood values fall

Supportive treatment:
Therapy used in combat with side effects of chemotherapy (such as blood products, growth factors, anti-vomiting, etc.)

Diagnosis:
Diagnosis

DNA:
Basic structure of genes in chromosomes

Improvement:
Tumor strain, but greater than ½ of the initial size after treatment

Ekimoz:
Deep large bruises, bleeds

Extravasation:
Intravenous drug or serum infiltration

Emboli:
Clogging clot

Inflammation:
Inflammation, inflammation

Staging:
Determination of the extent of the disease according to the spread in the body

Folic acid:
An effective vitamin for cell proliferation

Photosensitivity:
Light sensitivity

Gamma knife Cyber knife:
A kind of radiotherapy focusing on a small field gamma rays

Gene:
Chromosome-forming structures carrying inheritance information

Gene therapy:
Correcting hereditary diseases by gene transfer

Gene test:
Finding hereditary diseases by searching for defective genes

HLA typing:
Determination of tissue-group antigens by removing blood from patients and their relatives for bone marrow transplantation

Hematologist:
Blood science expert

Hemogram:
Full blood count

Hyperkeratosis:
Overdose thickening and hardening

Hyperpigmentation:
Derive excessive pigmentation Progression Disease progression or tumor growth during treatment

Immune system:
Immune system

Immunotherapy:
Treatment with immunosuppressive drugs

Incidence:
Frequency

Intramuscular (IM):
Into muscle

Intrathecal (IT):
Into the cerebrospinal fluid

Intravenous (IV):
Into the vein

Invasive:
Invasive

Recovery (healing):
The disease is not seen with all of the disease, at least 5 years

Carcinogen:
Cancer maker

Carcinoma:
Malignant, malignant, malignant

Catheter:
A soft lacrimal device (urinary catheter, vascular catheter etc.)

Bone marrow aspiration:
Evaluating bone marrow samples with a needle to see blood-forming elements

Chemotherapy:
Cancer drug treatment

Scarce:
Bone marrow transplantation, marrow transplantation (AKIT: Allogeneic BMT, OCD: Autologous BMT)

Constipation:
Constipation

Conventional treatment:
Known standard therapy Cortisone, a kind of hormone used in steroid therapy

Chromosome:
Inherited material

Chronic:
Long-lasting, slow-developing

Laparoscopy, laparatomy:
Surgical opening of the body cavities or penetration with a tube, examination if necessary

Lymph nodes:
Glands that produce defense cells in the body

Lenfoma:
Type of cancer caused by the lymph system

Lob:
Hodgkin, non-Hodgkin (Burkitt, anaplastic, lymphoblastic) Part, part (Lung loops, Liver loops, etc.)

Lomber pouncing:
Needle drainage to examine cerebrospinal fluid

Lökopen:
Low white blood cell count

Leukemia:
Leukemia. ALL (acute lymphoblastic leukemia); AML (Acute Myeloblastic Leukemia); CML (chronic myeloid leukemia)

Malign:
Malignant, malignant, carcinoma

Metastasis:
The spread of cancerous cells to other organs through blood-lymph vessels or neighbors

Morphine:
Strong pain reliever

MR (magnetic resonance):
Display via magnet and radio waves

Nodule:
Small diseased mass

Neutrophils:
An important group of white cells in defense against infections

Neutropenia, febrile neutropenia:
Decrease in partly white cells called neutrophils, part of the white blood cells. If this fever accompanies fever, it is called febrile neutropenia.

Recurrence:
Repetition, relaps, residiv

Okit:
Autologous BMT (given to the patient after the chemotherapy of the bone from the patient itself)

Oncologist:
Cancer science specialist

Opioid:
Drug drug

Oral:
Oral

Esophagitis:
Swine inflammation P53 gene Tumor suppressor gene. Ineffective increases tumor formation.

Palliative:
Providing temporary benefit, temporary benefit

Paracetamol:
Some kind of painkiller

Partial remission:
Tumor sizes smaller than at least ½ of the initial size

Pathologist:
Scientist examining and diagnosing cancerous tissue

Perfusion:
Intravenous administration of liquid

Peripheral:
Blood spread Blood cells are taken from the surrounding blood, stained and examined under a microscope

PET scan (positron emission tomography):
A method of imaging based on the joint evaluation of a nuclear medicine method and computer tomography. It is valuable in diagnosis and follow-up of some tumors.

Pete:
Spotty skin bleeds

Pneumonia:
Prophylactic protection against pneumonia

Prognosis:
It is a term used to indicate how the disease will progress and the likelihood of recovery. The prognosis is determined by the evaluation of a large number of patients with the same disease.

Radiotherapy:
Treatment with cancer rays

Refractory disease:
Cancer is resistant to treatment

Remission:
Symptoms and signs of the disease are temporary or permanent

Sarcoma:
Some kind of connective tissue cancer

Symptom:
Symptom

Cerebral, cranial:
Brain

Scintigraphy:
Imaging by radioisotope injection

Systemic disease:
Disease all over the body or spread to the body

Stable disease:
Post-treatment illness does not improve or worsen, stay the same

Steroid:
Cortisone A kind of hormone used in therapy

Stomatitis:
Wound

Subcutaneous (SC):
Subcutaneous

Survivor:
Survival

Shock:
Sudden physical or mental state impairment

Transplantation:
Organ transplant

Tumor, Ur, Neoplasm:
A good or bad mass that their cells multiply uncontrollably excessively

Tumor marker:
Tumor marker, indicator (such as AFP, CEA)

US Ultrasonography:
View through sound waves