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By Matthew D. Galsky

During this exact consultant, Dr. Matthew D. Galsky explains the fundamentals of what melanoma is in comprehensible phrases in order that newly clinically determined melanoma sufferers, their kinfolk, and their acquaintances could make trained judgements approximately their melanoma treatments. every thing you want to learn about melanoma explains what melanoma is, the way it is clinically determined, and the way it truly is handled.

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All of these tests provide pictures of the body; however, they often provide different and complementary information. Regardless of the type of imaging test, these scans are generally interpreted by a specialized physician called a radiologist. indd 20 7/6/09 7:10:10 AM E v e r y t h i n g Y o u Nee d T o K n o w A b o u t C a n ce r Once an abnormality is detected, typically a biopsy is performed. Again, a biopsy is a procedure used to obtain a sample of tissue from the body. The sample can be obtained in several different ways depending on the location of the abnormality in question.

For example, if cancerous, a mass in the lung could represent a cancer that started in the lung or could represent cancer cells that started in another organ and spread to the lung. ” Lung cancers are often called small cell cancer or non-small cell cancer based on the appearance of the cells under the microscope. This is a critical distinction because small cell and non-small cell lung cancers are treated differently. Pathologists can often get a sense for how aggressive cancer cells look under the microscope, called the grade of the cancer.

Many patients are cured with this approach and will never require further treatment. Unfortunately, 2 years later, the patient in the example develops evidence of cancer in the lungs and liver on a CT scan. A biopsy of a liver mass is performed and confirms that this is breast cancer that has spread to the liver. The adjuvant chemotherapy in this example was unsuccessful in killing the microscopic cells that spread to the lungs and liver even before the cancer was removed. The cancer is now termed metastatic because there is evidence of cancer in other organs that can be seen on the scans.

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