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MOD E Chapter 7 Oncology
True or False. Cancer is one disease
What is the only mission of Cancer cel…
Define Apoptosis
What is metastasis?
False, Cancer is a group of hundreds of diseases with similar…
Reproduction
o
When Cancer destroys other tissues other then its site of ori…
True or False. Cancer is one disease
False, Cancer is a group of hundreds of diseases with similar…
What is the only mission of Cancer cel…
Reproduction
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Medical Speech Terminology - Chapter 7: Imaging studies and radiologic oncology
Angiogram
Arteriogram
Atelectasis
Barium swallow, esophagram
an x-ray study using a bolus of radiopaque contrast medium to…
an x-ray study using radiopaque contrast media to study arter…
collapsed, airless portion of the lung
fluoroscopic study used to examine the swallowing mechanism,…
Angiogram
an x-ray study using a bolus of radiopaque contrast medium to…
Arteriogram
an x-ray study using radiopaque contrast media to study arter…
47 terms
Section 7 - Chapter 19 Oncology
Staging (TNM)
Mets
Endoscopy
Sigmoidoscopy
Reporting of the development and spread of cancer cells (Tumo…
Metastases
Provides the physician a direct view of certain portions of t…
Use of a sigmoidoscope to examine the lower 10 inches of the…
Staging (TNM)
Reporting of the development and spread of cancer cells (Tumo…
Mets
Metastases
65 terms
Oncology Chapter 19
Adjuvant therapy
In situ
Astrocytoma
Infiltrative
any treatment given after primary therapy to increase the cha…
Enclosed within a site
Tumor composed of star-shaped neuroglial cells
Pertaining to the process of extending of growing into normal…
Adjuvant therapy
any treatment given after primary therapy to increase the cha…
In situ
Enclosed within a site
40 terms
Chapter 34: Oncology
Alopecia
Anorexia
Antineoplastic
Benign
Partial or complete baldness or loss of hair.
Loss of appetite.
Drugs used during chemotherapy that inhibit the growth and re…
Not progressive; favorable for recovery.
Alopecia
Partial or complete baldness or loss of hair.
Anorexia
Loss of appetite.
25 terms
Chapter 16 oncology
Ablat/o
Squam/o
Melan/o
Oma
To take away
Scale-like structure
Black, dark
Tumor or neoplasm
Ablat/o
To take away
Squam/o
Scale-like structure
49 terms
Oncology 7 Cancer Drugs
Most common types of thyroid cancers:
Treatment for testicular ovarian bladd…
cisplatin, carboplatin, oxaliplatin: u…
cisplatin, carboplatin, oxaliplatin: s…
Papillary... Follicular... Medullary
cisplatin... carboplatin... oxaliplatin
Testicular ovarian bladder cancer
nephrotoxic... ototoxic
Most common types of thyroid cancers:
Papillary... Follicular... Medullary
Treatment for testicular ovarian bladd…
cisplatin... carboplatin... oxaliplatin
17 terms
chapter 15 - oncology
leading causes of cancer
define cancer
tumor specific antigens
fibronectin
in men: lung, prostate, and colorectal... in women: lung, breas…
disease process that begins when an abnormal cell is transfor…
proteins that are contained in the cell membrane of malignant…
a cellular cement... malignant cells contain less of this, ther…
leading causes of cancer
in men: lung, prostate, and colorectal... in women: lung, breas…
define cancer
disease process that begins when an abnormal cell is transfor…
30 terms
Chapter 10 Oncology
carcinoma
carcinogens
chemotherapy
external radiation
malignant new growth of epithelial cells
factors that cause changes that lead to cancer
treatment with anticancer drugs used alone or in combinations
radiation treatment delivered by a linear accelerator
carcinoma
malignant new growth of epithelial cells
carcinogens
factors that cause changes that lead to cancer
50 terms
Chapter 19 - Oncology
aden/o
alveol/o
cac/o
carcin/o
gland
small sac
bad
cancer, cancerous
aden/o
gland
alveol/o
small sac
25 terms
Chapter 14 - Oncology Terms
carcinogen
carcinoma in situ (CIS)
encapsulated
hyperplasia
Substance or chemical agent that produces or increases the ri…
Malignant tumor whose cells have not spread beyond the origin…
Growth enclosed in a sheath of tissue that prevents tumor cel…
Excessive development of normal cells within an organ.
carcinogen
Substance or chemical agent that produces or increases the ri…
carcinoma in situ (CIS)
Malignant tumor whose cells have not spread beyond the origin…
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Chapter 54-55: Oncology
Myelosuppression... 1. common drugs ... 2. Tx
Nausea & Vomiting ... 1. common drugs ... 2.…
Mucositis... 1. common drugs ... 2. Tx
Diarrhea... 1. common drugs ... 2. Tx
1. All except Asparaginase, bleomycin, vincristine, most... mono…
1. Cisplatin, doxorubicin, epirubicin, cyclophosphamide and i…
1. Fluorouracil, capecitabine, irinotecan, methotrexate and m…
1. Fluorouracil, capecitabine, irinotecan and... many TKIs... 2. ... *…
Myelosuppression... 1. common drugs ... 2. Tx
1. All except Asparaginase, bleomycin, vincristine, most... mono…
Nausea & Vomiting ... 1. common drugs ... 2.…
1. Cisplatin, doxorubicin, epirubicin, cyclophosphamide and i…
23 terms
CSO Exam - Ch 7 - Integrative Oncology
NCCAM recognizes what four main catego…
Relation of body fat and cancer risk
3 concerns with supplements
What is CYP3A4?
Mind and body (ex: meditation)... Manipulative and body based (e…
Body fat produces estrogen -->increased risk of post-meno ER+…
1 - drug interactions... 2- oxidant/antioxidant issue... 3- impact…
35% of oncology drugs metabolized in this hepatic p450 enzyme…
NCCAM recognizes what four main catego…
Mind and body (ex: meditation)... Manipulative and body based (e…
Relation of body fat and cancer risk
Body fat produces estrogen -->increased risk of post-meno ER+…
9 terms
7 Oncology
Most Common CANCER?
CA S&S?
TNM
Cancer treatment and exercise
Carinoma (epithelial cells)
C.A.U.T.I.O.N... C = change in bowel/bladder routine... A = a sore…
staging for cancer... T- tumor; N- lymphnode; M- metastasis
40-65% of MaxHR... RPE = below 12... schedule therapy during peak e…
Most Common CANCER?
Carinoma (epithelial cells)
CA S&S?
C.A.U.T.I.O.N... C = change in bowel/bladder routine... A = a sore…
38 terms
Chapter 18: Oncology
angiogenesis
apoptosis
cancer
carcinogen
process by which a cancerous tumor causes blood vessels in th…
programmed cell death in which the p53 gene directs the cell…
single abnormal cell that develops into a mass or tumor and i…
environmental substance that can contribute to the developmen…
angiogenesis
process by which a cancerous tumor causes blood vessels in th…
apoptosis
programmed cell death in which the p53 gene directs the cell…
136 terms
Chapter 16: Oncology
Oncology, oncologist
Cancer registrars
cancer
Carcinogenesis
__ is the study of tumors, both benign (noncancerous) and mal…
__ (also called tumor registrars) are specialists in cancer d…
__ has shared characteristics that are uncontrollable cell gr…
__ is the development of cancer.
Oncology, oncologist
__ is the study of tumors, both benign (noncancerous) and mal…
Cancer registrars
__ (also called tumor registrars) are specialists in cancer d…
109 terms
Oncology Chapter 15
alopecia
anaplasia
angiogensis
apoptosis
hair loss
pattern of growth in which cells lack normal characteristics…
growth of new blood vessels that allows cancer cells to grow
programmed cell death
alopecia
hair loss
anaplasia
pattern of growth in which cells lack normal characteristics…
84 terms
Oncology Chapter 21
normal cell morphology
normal cell nucleus-to-cell-ratio
skin cells make
liver cells make
each cell has a distinct appearance, size and shape
the nucleus of a normal cell does not take up much space
keratin
bile
normal cell morphology
each cell has a distinct appearance, size and shape
normal cell nucleus-to-cell-ratio
the nucleus of a normal cell does not take up much space
73 terms
Chapter 19 Oncology-Vocab
Adjuvant Therapy
alkylating agents
anaplasia
angiogenesis
assisting primary treatment
synthetic chemicals containing alkyl groups that attack DNA,…
loss of differentiation of cells
process of forming new blood vessels
Adjuvant Therapy
assisting primary treatment
alkylating agents
synthetic chemicals containing alkyl groups that attack DNA,…
80 terms
chapter 21 oncology
adjuvant
adjuvant therapy
anaplasia
antimetabolite
a substance, especially a drug, added to a prescription to as…
treatment of a disease with a substance, especially a drug, t…
a change in the structure and orientation of cells characteri…
a class of antineoplastic drugs used to treat cancer; these d…
adjuvant
a substance, especially a drug, added to a prescription to as…
adjuvant therapy
treatment of a disease with a substance, especially a drug, t…
20 terms
Oncology Terminology-Chapter 21
adjuvant
anaplasia
benign
carcinogen
a substance, especially a drug, added to a prescription to as…
a change in the structure and orientation of cells, character…
noncancerous
a substance or agent that causes the development or increases…
adjuvant
a substance, especially a drug, added to a prescription to as…
anaplasia
a change in the structure and orientation of cells, character…
20 terms
Chapter 56 Oncology
Characteristics and growth of cancer c…
Benign
Malignant
PT on side effects of Radiation Thx
Carcinogenesis is the process by which normal cells are trans…
not recurrent or progressive, non-cancerous.
cancerous, abnormal cell growth with loss of cells normal fun…
-Skin damage, burning, skin atrophy, pigmentation changes and…
Characteristics and growth of cancer c…
Carcinogenesis is the process by which normal cells are trans…
Benign
not recurrent or progressive, non-cancerous.
44 terms
Chapter 19 - Oncology - Terminology
Alveol/o
Angi/o
Cac/o
Carcin/o
Small Sac
Blood Vessel
Bad
Cancer, Cancerous
Alveol/o
Small Sac
Angi/o
Blood Vessel
60 terms
Chapter 18 Oncology
aden/o-
angi/o-
bas/o-
bi/o-
gland
blood vessel; lymphatic vessel
base of a structure
life; living organisms; living tissue
aden/o-
gland
angi/o-
blood vessel; lymphatic vessel
42 terms
Chapter 35 Oncology
Neoplasm
cancer (carcinoma)
metastasize
carcinoma
new abnormal growth of cells
is an abnormal tissue that grows and spreads or that may meta…
move and start in new sites throughout the body
arises from epithelial tissue
Neoplasm
new abnormal growth of cells
cancer (carcinoma)
is an abnormal tissue that grows and spreads or that may meta…
9 terms
Oncology Chapter 5
Grade I tumor
Grade II tumor
Grade III tumor
Grade IV tumor
cells closely resemble tissue of origin; well-differentiated
mod. or poorly differentiated; less resemblance to tissue of…
poorly differentiated
very poorly differentiated; cells spread to surrounding tissu…
Grade I tumor
cells closely resemble tissue of origin; well-differentiated
Grade II tumor
mod. or poorly differentiated; less resemblance to tissue of…
19 terms
chapter 2 Oncology terms
adenocarcinoma
adenoma
carcinoma
chloroma
cancerous tumor of glandular tissue
tumor composed of glandular tissue (benign)
cancerous tumor (malignant)
tumor of green color (malignant, arising from myeloid tissue)
adenocarcinoma
cancerous tumor of glandular tissue
adenoma
tumor composed of glandular tissue (benign)
Oncology, chapter 34
Cancer
Neoplasia
Benign
Malignant
disease resulting from the uncontrolled growth of abnormal ce…
or neoplasms... uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells or tissue
not progressive, favorable for recovery
becoming progressively worse & often resulting in death
Cancer
disease resulting from the uncontrolled growth of abnormal ce…
Neoplasia
or neoplasms... uncontrolled growth of abnormal cells or tissue
20 terms
chapter 15 Oncology
A sibling of a client recently diagnos…
A nurse is developing a care plan for…
A client with bladder cancer is being…
A client with uterine cancer is receiv…
a
c
c
b
A sibling of a client recently diagnos…
a
A nurse is developing a care plan for…
c
95 terms
Chapter 21- Oncology
adjuvant
adjuvant therapy
anaplasia
antimetabolite
substance, especially a drug, added to a prescription to assi…
treatment of a disease with a substance, especially a drug th…
change in the structure and orientation of cells characterize…
class of antineoplastic drugs used to treat cancer.
adjuvant
substance, especially a drug, added to a prescription to assi…
adjuvant therapy
treatment of a disease with a substance, especially a drug th…
45 terms
Chapter 35: Oncology
cancer
how is cancer diagnosed
carcinoma
sacroma
abnormal tissue that grows and spreads or that may metastasizes
abnormal tissue is biopsied and cells are examined
type of cancer that develops from epithelial tissue which lin…
type of cancer that develops from connective tissue which sup…
cancer
abnormal tissue that grows and spreads or that may metastasizes
how is cancer diagnosed
abnormal tissue is biopsied and cells are examined
15 terms
Oncology Chapter 15
What are the most common adverse effec…
What are signs of thrombocytopenia?
How can antineoplastic agents be admin…
What is important to emphasize to fami…
nausea and vomiting
petechia... echymosis... epistaxis
wear surgical gloves and gown... dispose of wastes in hazards co…
don't visit if you've had a recent infection
What are the most common adverse effec…
nausea and vomiting
What are signs of thrombocytopenia?
petechia... echymosis... epistaxis
14 terms
Chapter 50 - Oncology
Which should be counseled for a woman…
What agent can be used in cisplatin to…
What agents are effective in treating…
Select all that are true regarding pro…
B;... Yearly mammograms recommended starting at 40; Every 3 yea…
E;... Ethyol (amifostine) can reduce risk of renal toxicity
A, B, E;... Neutropenia defined <1,000 mmol/L (500 is severe an…
A, B, D;... Never give Compro (prochlorperazine) SQ due to gang…
Which should be counseled for a woman…
B;... Yearly mammograms recommended starting at 40; Every 3 yea…
What agent can be used in cisplatin to…
E;... Ethyol (amifostine) can reduce risk of renal toxicity
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Chapter 54 & 55 Oncology
ABCDE of Melanoma
Highly Emetogenic
Cardiotoxicity
Nephrotoxicity
Asymmetry, borders, color, diameter (>6mm), evolving
Crazy Cancer Drugs that Induce Enemesis ... Cisplatin, doxorubi…
FU, HER3, DOxyrubicin
Cisplatin, Methotrexate
ABCDE of Melanoma
Asymmetry, borders, color, diameter (>6mm), evolving
Highly Emetogenic
Crazy Cancer Drugs that Induce Enemesis ... Cisplatin, doxorubi…
13 terms
Chapter 10 - Oncology (Cancer)
-oma
-plasia
-therapy
blast/o
suffix for mass, tumor - neuroblastoma
suffix for formation, growth - neoplasia
suffix for treatment - chemotherapy
root for immature, embryonic - neoblastoma
-oma
suffix for mass, tumor - neuroblastoma
-plasia
suffix for formation, growth - neoplasia
29 terms
Chapter 6.5 Oncology
oncology
cancer
neoplasm
angiogenesis
the study of the prevention, causes and treatment of tumors a…
A disease in which some body cells grow and divide uncontroll…
synonym for a tumor; a new and abnormal tissue formation
the process through which the tumor supports its growth by cr…
oncology
the study of the prevention, causes and treatment of tumors a…
cancer
A disease in which some body cells grow and divide uncontroll…
97 terms
Lecture 7 - Oncology
Oncology:
Cancer:
Other terms used to describe cancer
Pleomorphic:
The study of cancer
The uncontrolled growth of cells on or within the body... Malign…
Tumor... Mass... Malignancy... Neoplasia... Growth
Variation in appearance, size, shape but same type
Oncology:
The study of cancer
Cancer:
The uncontrolled growth of cells on or within the body... Malign…
44 terms
Unit 7 - Oncology
Adenocarcinoma
Adjuvant therapy
Alkylating agent
Ameloblastoma
Malignant new growth originating from glandular tissue
Treatment given in addition to primary treatment
A synthetic compound that disrupts the process of DNA synthesis
A tumor of the jaw
Adenocarcinoma
Malignant new growth originating from glandular tissue
Adjuvant therapy
Treatment given in addition to primary treatment
39 terms
Chapter 19 Cancer Medicine (Oncology)
Alveol/o
Cac/o
Carcin/o
Cauter/o
Small Sac... Alveolar
Bad... Cachexia
Cancer, Cancerous... Carcinoma in Situ- Localized cancer
Burn, Heat... Electrocauterization
Alveol/o
Small Sac... Alveolar
Cac/o
Bad... Cachexia
19 terms
Unit 7 Oncology Vocabulary
Neoplasm
Malignant
Oncovirus
Anorexia
New abnormal tissue growth, as in a tumor.
Growing, resisting treatment, used to describe a tumor of can…
Viruses linked to cancer in humans.
Absence or loss of appetite for food. Seen in depression, wit…
Neoplasm
New abnormal tissue growth, as in a tumor.
Malignant
Growing, resisting treatment, used to describe a tumor of can…
41 terms
Chapter 19 - Oncology - Terminology Words
alveolar
cachexia
carcinoma in situ
electrocauterization
P.T. small sac
bad state or bad condition
cancerous tumor confined to the site of origin
process of burning using an electrical current
alveolar
P.T. small sac
cachexia
bad state or bad condition
44 terms
Chapter 18: Oncology-Cancer
anaplasia
cancer
carcinoid tumor
carcinomatosis
normal cells that are mature and differentiated become cancer…
4 types... -carcinoma... -sarcoma... -leukemia... -embryonal cell carcinoma
slow-growing digestive tumor that occurs mainly in the digest…
cancerous cells are present at multiple sites in the body
anaplasia
normal cells that are mature and differentiated become cancer…
cancer
4 types... -carcinoma... -sarcoma... -leukemia... -embryonal cell carcinoma
18 terms
Terminology Chapter 19-oncology
carcinogen
carcinoma
differentiation
encapsulated
agent or substance that incites or produces cancer
malignant tumor arising in epithelial tissue
process by which normal cells have a distinct appearance and…
enclosed within a site, sheath, or capsule
carcinogen
agent or substance that incites or produces cancer
carcinoma
malignant tumor arising in epithelial tissue
27 terms
Chapter 18: Oncology-Procedures
bone marrow aspiration
exfoliative cytology
frozen section
HER2/neu
diagnosis leukemia or lymphoma and monitors its progression…
examines cells found in secretions or cells that are scraped…
test that involves freezing a specimen
detects a gene that affects the prognosis of and treatment op…
bone marrow aspiration
diagnosis leukemia or lymphoma and monitors its progression…
exfoliative cytology
examines cells found in secretions or cells that are scraped…
45 terms
Chapter 19 - Oncology - Abbreviation
AFP
ATRA
BMT
bx
alpha-fetoprotein
all-trans retinoic acid
bone marrow transplant
biopsy
AFP
alpha-fetoprotein
ATRA
all-trans retinoic acid
CHAPTER 19 ONCOLOGY (CANCER)
adjuvant
alopecia
allogeneic
autologous
Assisting type of treatment
temporary or permanent baldness
In bone marrow transplantation, the marrow is obtained from a…
In bone marrow transplantation, the marrow is previously obta…
adjuvant
Assisting type of treatment
alopecia
temporary or permanent baldness
25 terms
MS - Oncology Chapter 11
Mitosis
Cell cycle
Cancer
Initiation - Step 1 Process
Cell reproduction, after it's 46 chromosomes get replicated,…
• Epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous.... • Tissues orga…
Group of cell that grown out of control.... Takes over a functio…
• First step in cancer.... • Causes alteration in the cell. (mut…
Mitosis
Cell reproduction, after it's 46 chromosomes get replicated,…
Cell cycle
• Epithelial, connective, muscle, and nervous.... • Tissues orga…
Chapter 19 Oncology
vertigo
diabetes mellitus
gotier
leukoplakia
...
...
...
...
vertigo
...
diabetes mellitus
...
88 terms
chapter 19 oncology
malignant
benign
tumors
CAUSES
cancerous tumor... multiply rapidly ... invasive and infiltrative
non cancerous tumor ... grow slowly ... encapsulated
neoplasms (new growth)
...
malignant
cancerous tumor... multiply rapidly ... invasive and infiltrative
benign
non cancerous tumor ... grow slowly ... encapsulated
22 terms
Chapter 14: Oncology
To box
Protection
abdomen
To slide back
capsul/o
immun/o
lapar/o
laps/o
To box
capsul/o
Protection
immun/o
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