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Medulloblastoma
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Medulloblastoma

Generality Medulloblastoma is a rare type of brain tumor that most likely originates from the undifferentiated cerebellum progenitor cells. Belonging to the category of so-called primitive neuroectodermal tumors of the brain, it is a very rapid malignant neoplasm with a high infiltration power. Figure: the human cerebellum

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Aloe against Cancer - Aloe and Tumors

Generality Recently a new, supposedly natural cure for cancer has been brought to the attention of the community. The creator is such father Romano Zago (a Brazilian friar) and his "magic recipe" is composed of aloe (species Aloe arborescens Mill.), Natural honey and grappa. The aim of this article is not to evaluate the effectiveness or otherwise of this treatment, rather than grouping together what is true and demonstrable about it
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Prevent esophageal cancer

Preventing esophageal cancer essentially means minimizing the risks associated with the variables on which it is possible to intervene; it is therefore a question of acting above all on lifestyle and nutrition. Esophagus tumor The cancer of the esophagus mainly affects the male sex, is a carcinoma not very common in Italy (0
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Esophagus Tumor - Risk Factors

Generality The carcinoma or malignant tumor of the esophagus is an event with a very poor prognosis, that is, it is a pathology that (due to the mostly late diagnosis) is often identified in phases that are already too advanced to be successfully treated. The cancer of the esophagus initially presents with dysphagia (difficulty in swallowing) PROGRESSIVE, weight loss, pain and a sense of oppression behind the sternum, while in the advanced stage are added other symptoms of an extremely more complex nature
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Vitamin C and Tumors

Vitamin C (Ascorbic Acid) is a water-soluble molecule that performs numerous coenzymatic functions of hydroxylation; of all its metabolic characteristics, vitamin C seems to effectively fight the spread of free radicals, thanks to a very important antioxidant action. Cancer Prevention The fight against free radicals and the reduction of molecular oxidation contribute to determining the antitumor characteristics of vitamin C
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Adrotherapy - Hadronic Therapy

What is that Hadrontherapy - also known as hadron therapy - is a particular advanced form of radiotherapy, used in the treatment of inoperable and / or non-operable tumors that are resistant to other radiotherapy treatments. Unlike conventional radiotherapy, hadron therapy is able to perform its action in a more selective manner, allowing targeted and localized destruction of malignant cells, in particular when these are found in delicate and sensitive organs (such as, for example, in the brain, where precision is fundamental in order not to damage the surrounding healthy tissues which are extr
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Vertebral Angioma

Generality The vertebral angioma is a benign tumor of the spine; to be precise, it is a hemangioma that originates from the rapid and uncontrolled proliferation of an epithelial cell of a blood vessel, intended for spraying a vertebra of the rachis. Image from Radiopedia.com - See other Vertebral Angioma Photos From yet unknown causes, vertebral angioma is only rarely a symptomatic condition; specifically, in such circumstances, the typical symptoms are: back pain, muscle weakness, numbness in the lower limbs, paralysis of different body areas, loss of control of anal and bladder sphincters and
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I.Randi Peritoneal Carcinosis

Generality Peritoneal carcinosis means the spread of tumor cells within the cavity circumscribed by the peritoneum. This disease, therefore, develops following the formation of other tumors that can affect several organs, but which are generally located in the abdominal cavity. Unfortunately, peritoneal carcinosis is a rather aggressive form of cancer and the treatments undertaken to combat it are not always able to eliminate it altogether
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cholangiocarcinoma

Generality Cholangiocarcinoma is the serious malignant tumor that originates from the rapid and uncontrolled replication of an epithelial cell of the bile ducts, ie the channels that carry bile from the liver to the duodenum. Although the precise causes of cholangiocarcinoma are unknown, doctors believe that factors such as: primary sclerosing cholangitis, congenital anomalies of the bile ducts, some parasitic infections affecting the liver, exposure to certain chemicals, smoking, liver cirrhosis, etc
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fibroma

Definition of fibroma The fibroid, also known as fibroid tumor, represents a category of benign tumors composed of connective tissue fibers. Fibroids occur frequently in children, but can also affect adults, regardless of sex. These neoplasms can remain silent for a long time, without affecting the affected subject
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Fibroma in the uterus

Watch the video X Watch the video on youtube Benign tumor The uterine fibroma is a benign tumor of the female genital tract; it is also called myoma, fibromyoma or leionioma, and is considered the most common tumor of the uterus. In uterine fibroid, the structure of the uterus is altered and the fibrous cells are more abundant than the muscular ones
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