5 Written Questions
5 Matching Questions
- 1. Evade apoptosis
2. Self-sufficient growth signals
3. insensitivity to anti-growth signals
4. Tissue invastion and metastasis
5. Limitless replication potential
6. Sustained angiogenesis
- 1. Gliomas in the brain
2. Basal cell carcinomas of the skin
- a New growth/tumor
- b tumors who cells of origin are epithelial cells
- c Six Hallmarks of Cancer
- d establishing the aggressiveness of tumor by looking at tumor cell differentiation
May be classified as grade I-IV
- e What are the 2 kinds of malignant tumors that don't metastasize?
5 Multiple Choice Questions
- What can happen once the dysplasia breaks through the basement membrane?
- malignant neoplasm of testicular origin
- CANCER, can spread to other organs/sites (metastasize), destroy adjacent structure, can cause death
- the extent to which parenchymal cells resemble normal tissue
- Four main classes of genes are target of damage in process of carcinogenesis:
5 True/False Questions
Lymphoma → malignant neoplasm of lymphocytes
anaplasia → New growth/tumor
1. Direct seeding of body cavities - open field -pleural, peritoneal
2. Lymphatic spread - route of drainage -particularly favored by carcinomas
3. Hematogenous spread - kidney, liver cancers, sarcomas → What are the 3 main pathways through which tumors spread?
1. TNM system: Staging is based on the size of the tumor (T), spread to the lymph nodes(N), and spread to other sites/organs(M)
2. AJCC system - Stage I-IV → What can happen once the dysplasia breaks through the basement membrane?
Yes → Can Hyperplasia be reversible?