Volume 1 Issue 6

Issue 6 Articles

Challenges of Pediatric Oncology: Prospects and Pitfalls

Short Commentary
While infectious diseases are a child health concern, there is a decline in communicable diseases in developing countries while cancer causes a large and growing proportion of childhood mortality[1]. Almost 90% of the worldÂ’s populations of children live in low- and middle-income countries (LMIC) and this is where 84% of childhood cancers occur[2]. It is estimated that 80%-85% ofpediatric cancer cases occur in the developing world, wherethe 5-year survival can be less than 10% (in...

Alternative Medicine in the Era of Innovative Cancer Therapy

Short Communication
Cancer is an uncontrolled growth of a cell by failure within the cell growth signal system. Cure of cancer is done solely by the entire removal of cancerous cells from the body, the method could sound easy however its implementation is sort of impossible thing. several studies and evaluations are being done to cure the cancer completely...

Increased Risk of Cancer for Patients with Inflammatory Bowel Disease

Short Communication
Whether patients with inflammatory Bowel diseases [IBDs] have enhanced risk of developing cancer is to be evaluated. The aims of the study were to evaluate the prevalence of intestinal/extraintestinal cancers in an IBD cohort 20 years after identification and to assess whether these patients had an enhancedcancer-specific risk compared with a matched management population...

Management Challenges Faced and to Overcome Parotid Oncocytoma

Short Communication
Oncocytoma may be a rare nonmalignant tumor of the secretion glands sometimes seen in old patients. These are giant plane figure cells that have plenteous leukocyte granular protoplasm, and from central to eccentric spherical nucleus. Many reactive similarly as growth lesions of secretion glands usually have concurrent oncocytic changes. On fine-needle aspiration biological science, all of them have overlapping morphological options, so creating the identification tough by biological science alone...

Portal-Superior Mesenteric Vein Invasion in Patients with Pancreatic Cancer

Short Communication
Pancreatic cancer often infiltrates the vein or the superior vena the superior mesenteric vein, pancreatectomy combined with portal vein/superior mesenteric vein surgical procedure represents a doubtless curative treatment in these cases however remains a polemic procedure. There's an redoubled interest in extending surgical criteria for carcinoma by playacting pancreaticoduodenectomy (PD) combined with vein (PV) or superior mesenteric vein (SMV) surgical procedure and reconstruction for borderline respectable patients. we tend to assess whether portal-superior venous blood...