5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- Chronic myelogneous leukemia
- Flat and differentiated keratin rich cells which are lost when they reach the surface
- An identical break and refusion pattern
- When these cells break through the basal lamina to invade the underlying connective tissue
- a The outer layer of the epithelium in the cervix is composed of what?
Why is panel D considered malignant?
- c What is a benign cancer that is cartilage derived?
- d All leukemic cells from a single patient have what?
- e What disease has the long arm of chromosome 22 transferred to the long arm of chromosome 9?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What a carcinogen that causes latent genetic damage, damage that sets the stage for an increased incidence of cancer if exposed to additional cancer inducing agents at a later time?
- What are cells that are able to escape the vessel and grow to form a small clump of cells?
Why is panel B considered a low grade lesion?
- Agents identified as cancer causing agents include what?
- What plays a role in the incidence of cancer that has evidence that supports it?
5 True/False Questions
Which one will lead to homeostasis?
A → Except for tobacco use, has a clear link between an environmental factor and the establishment of cancer been fully established?
An individuals genetic makeup, environment and lifestyle → All leukemic cells from a single patient have what?
Increased cell proliferation increasing the probability of tumor progression. → Adducts formed by P450 mediated aflatoxin induce what? Block what?
Cancerous cells → What are cells that are able to escape the vessel and grow to form a small clump of cells?