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_______: tumor of glandular tiss

Adenoma

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"blister bone tumor" - eccentric growth

Aneurismal bone cyst (B)

(metaphyseal/ diaphyseal)

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Brown's tumor are a result of what condition?

hyperparathyroid

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"Starry sky appearance" - result of the epstein Barr virus

Burkett's lymphoma

pop: central african children

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Carcinoma is CA of the ___ tiss
Route of spread: ____

epithelial tiss

spread by lymph system

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_______: CA that hasnt invaded the basement membrane

carcinoma in situ

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location of chondroblastomas

epiphyseal/ metaphyseal

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_______: CA of the sacrum. Crosses joints

Chordoma

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MC location of CA in the US

colorectal CA

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Ollier's dz =

enchondromas

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Describe Maffuci's sx

Enchondromatosis + soft tiss swelling + bone deformity

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_____: onion skin appearance. cortical saucerization. Childen 10-25.

What ddx does it mimic ?

Ewing's sarcoma

ddx: osteomylitis- mouth eaten appearance

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MC breast tumor . ass with estrogen

Fibroadenoma of breast

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Fibroma has ____ tissue and ___& ___ cells

myxomatous tiss

spindled and polyhedral cells

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_______: tumor occurs as "Albrights dz" during early puberty

Cafe au Lait "coast of maine" appearance. Rind sign

Fibrous dysplasia

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MC location of giant cell tumor

Knee

located in the epiphyseal/ metaphyseal

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_______: (B) tumor of bl vessels. MC in spine

hemangioma

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_______: MC liver CA

hepatocellular liver CA
(aka hepatoma)

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_______: Reed sternberg cells, hepatosplenomegaly, enlarged lymph nodes, incr IgE

Hodgkin's lymphoma

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_______: Ca of the stomach that metastasized to the ovaries

Krukenberg's

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_______: White patched on oral mucosa from tobacco (pre-CA)

Leukoplakia

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_______: MC CA among no-smokers. Best prognosis
_______: CA with worst prog.
_______: MC CA among smokers

best prog: adenocarcinoma
worst prog: oat cell and small cell
Smokers: squamous cell

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_______: MC primary bone malignancy in adults

Multiple myeloma

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Inclusion bodies: russell bodies =______

multiple myeloma

(puched out leasions, raindrop skull)

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Bence jones proteinurea:_____

multiple myeloma

other labs:
IgG M-spike
rouleaux formation
normochromic anemia
elevated ESR

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_______: MC seen in neural arch. Age 10 - 30

osteoblastoma

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Sessile and pedunculated growths are seen in ___ tumors

osteochondroma

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_______: pn at night that is relieved by aspirin. age 15-25.

osteoid osteoma

w/ nidus

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_______: results in brodies abcess when chronic

Osteomyelitis

MCC: staph aureus

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MCC of osteomyelitis

staph aureus

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_______: #1 primary bone CA in children

osteosarcoma

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_______: neuroblastoma, (B) tumor of adrenal medulla. Causes episodic HT

Pheochromocytoma

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Polycystic ovary dz can result in __(3)__

Anovulation
obesity
hirsutism

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_______: tumo of striated M or heart M

rhabdomyoma

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sarcoma effects ___ tiss
spreads: _____

CA of CT

spreads: vascular system

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_______: (B) bone tumor that is concentric w/ "fallen gragment sign"

Simple/ unicameral bone cyst

location: metaphyseal/ diaphyseal

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MC location of stomach CA`

Lesser Curvature

"leather bottle"

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______: tumor of all three germ layers

teratoma

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_____: enlarged supraclavicular lymph nodes (usually on the Left)

virchow's nodes

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_____: mixed tumor of kidney in children. "nephroblastoma"

Wilm's tumor

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______: yellow tumor of CT

Xanthoma