Flashcards in Childhood disease III Deck (12):
What type of transloaction results in infantile fibrosarcoma?
ETV6-TRKC gene via 12;15 transloaction.
What is a tumor marker for congenital infantile fibrosarcoma?
what is the incedence of teratoma?
1/20,000 - 40,000 live births
What is the most common solid tumor in the newborn?
What is the most common solid congenital malignancy?
What oncogene is associated with neuroblastoma?
Urine vanillylmandelic acid and homovanillic acid are markers for what condition?
"Small blue round cells with rosette structure and dense core neurosecretory granules"
What is most common primary malignant tumor of kidney and what is its incidence?
Wilms tumor with an incidence of 1/10,000
Wilms tumor is associated with inactivation of what?
WT1 and WT2
Tends to go to the neck and eyes
accounts for 5-8% malignancy