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Breast Cancer Lesions | ultrasound imaging of the breast lesion characterization
 
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Breast lymps : A breast lump is a growth of tissue that develops within your breast. Different types ofbreast lumps can vary in the way they look and feel. Non palpable breast cancer : A non palpable or mammographic lesion is a lump or mass (also be called a Mammography has made it possible to notice breast cancer at very early stages. Radioguided localization of nonpalpable breast cancer lesions or Radioguided surgery of nonpalopable breast lesion: randomized comparison with wire localization in patients undergoing conservative surgery and sentinel node biopsy. The aim of this study was to determine whether radioguided occult lesion localization and routine wire localization differ in respect to the effectiveness of complete excision of nonpalpable breast cancer lesions. Wire localization technique for nonpalpable breast cancer lesion or Wire guided localization of nonpalpable breast lesion : The aim of this study was to investigate the validity of hook wire localization biopsy for non-palpable breast lesions which were detected by ultrasonography (USG) or mammography (MMG). In early diagnosis of breast cancer lesion, the validity of the imaging-guided breast biopsy with needle lacalization of non-palpable breast lesions has been proved. The cooperation of surgeon, radiologist and pathologist increases the successfull results of hook wire localization technique. NonPalpable breast lesion : With increasing use of screening mammography and ultrasound for various indications, a large number of non-palpable breast lesions are being detected. Among this large number of non-palpable masses, not all are malignant. The incidence of malignancy among these non-palpable lesions varies between 20-30%. Biopsy for breast cancer : A breast biopsy is a test that removes tissue or sometimes fluid from the suspicious area. The removed cells are examined under a microscope and further tested to check for the presence of breast cancer. A biopsy is the only diagnostic procedure that can definitely determine if the suspicious area is cancerous. Needle-localized biopsy is a way that is uses very thin guide wires to identify the location of an abnormal area of tissue so it can be surgically sampled. An imaging device like ultrasound search is used to place the wire in or around the abnormal area. Needle localization is used when the doctor cannot feel the mass of abnormal tissue. Breast needle localization. Wire localization biopsy : In this method, the radiologists mark the abnormality with a wire that is inserted under your skin into the area of breast that is causing breast lesion. Right after that, the surgeon can meet you in the operating room and can use the wire to find the abnormal spot in your breast so that he or she can remove it. Breast lumps Like our facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/LazoiTheLife/ Follow us on Twitter : https://twitter.com/lazoithelife Google plus : https://plus.google.com/u/0/+LazoiTheLife pinterest : https://in.pinterest.com/lazoithelife For more information logon to www.lazoi.com
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Magnetic nanotechnology to localise non-palpable breast cancers and concurrent sentinel node biopsy
 
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Visit http://www.ecancer.org for more. Dr Muneer Ahmed (Guys Hospital, London, UK) speaks to ecancertv at SABCS 2014 about magnetic nanotechnology for the localisation of non-palpable breast cancers and concurrent sentinel node biopsy. This noninvasive new technique has benefits when compared to previous detection methods such as wire biopsies and wire placement, both of which may be distressing to the patient. Magnetic nanotechnology may be used in the future for lesion localisation.
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The 1 Photo Going Viral to Help Women Detect Breast Cancer
 
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The 1 Photo Going Viral to Help Women Detect Breast Cancer Description: https://goo.gl/B4rwHF The 1 Photo Going Viral to Help Women Detect Breast Cancer. Earlier this week, many Facebook users were posting red hearts in support of breast cancer awareness, but one woman is opening up about why a "cute heart" isn't going to help save lives. Erin Smith Chieze posted the photo above on Facebook, giving an explicit description of how breast cancer can look and feel, and it's going viral for all the right reasons. In response to all the red hearts Erin has seen on Facebook, she explained the importance of these lemons. "In December of 2015 when I saw an indentation that looked like one of those pictures, I instantly knew I had breast cancer," she wrote. "I tried to feel for a tumor, but my tumor was non palpable. I was diagnosed with breast cancer 5 days later and with stage 4 the following month. A heart did nothing for awareness. I knew what breast cancer was. I knew all about self exams, but a picture of what to look for keyed me into knowing I had a terminal disease." She continued, "We need to give REAL information, not cute hearts. Without having seen a picture randomly with real information, I wouldn't have known what to look for. Do us a favor, stop playing games with my life and start truly helping people. Metastatic breast cancer treatment research and real awareness." ADVERTISEMENT After feeling frustrated by the red hearts on Facebook, Erin decided to take matters into her own hands and post her touching story in an effort to help save lives the way a similar photo helped her. This image is part of the Know Your Lemons campaign started by the Worldwide Breast Cancer organization. It's an incredibly informative graphic that both men and women should use for self-exams. "PLEASE, stop playing games that do not actually promote awareness, they often cause people to tune out anything that might even mention the word awareness," Erin wrote. "So if you truly want to help people WITH cancer, or those who will GET cancer, share photos like this one." Woman Shares Breast Cancer Photo to Raise Awareness | What's Trending Now Sunny Leone for Breast Cancer Awareness Mom’s Viral Breast Cancer Warning! Woman's Viral Post Helps Raise Awareness for Breast Cancer Mastectomy Photo Series - Breast Cancer women must stop ignoring these signs of breast cancer Body image after breast cancer A Woman Posted a Photo of Her Breast on Facebook to Save Lives Early Signs that Cancer is Growing in Your Body AFRAID OF BREAST CANCER? Know These 5 Signs of Your Body! For Breast Cancer Screenings, Get the Total Picture Breast Cancer Sad one by Holley Rothell Kitchen Signs And Symptoms Of Breast Cancer Twitter: https://twitter.com/weightloss165 Blogger: http://howtoloseweight365.blogspot.com/ Please Subscribe my Channel for more videos https://goo.gl/Vg7WIQ
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Enzo Durante: WGL versus ROLL in breast conserving surgery for non-palpable bc
 
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IBUS SEMINAR 2014 INTERNATIONAL BREAST ULTRASOUND SCHOOL. Friday January 24: Enzo Durante: Wire-guided localisation (WGL) versus radio-guided occult lesion localisation (ROLL) in breast conserving surgery for non-palpable breast cancer
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Operation 33 -  Excision of a parareolar Intraductal papilloma
 
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Excision of an intraductal papilloma of the breast through a periareolar incision. Attention is drawn to completely excise the lesion Εκτομή ενδοπορικού θηλώματος του μαστού μέσω περιθηλαίας τομής. Τονίζεται η προσοχή που χρειάζεται για την εκτομή σε υγιή όρια
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Karen Goodwin | 2017 San Antonio Breast Cancer Symposium
 
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Dr. Karen Goodwin, with Sutter East Bay Medical Foundation, discusses surgery in the neoadjuvant patient, localization for non-palpable cancer, and new surgical updates and technologies. Carol Ann Read Breast Health Center
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Diagnosis of Breast Cancer
 
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This is a Learning in 10 voice annotated presentation (VAP) on Diagnosis of Breast Cancer. To learn more about Learning in 10 (LIT), please visit learningin10.com. -- Learning in 10 (LIT) Reviews is a collection of 10-minute, user-friendly video lectures covering topics in the United States Medical Licensing Exam (USMLE) Step 2CK examination. LIT Reviews can be used by medical students to supplement their lecture materials. LIT Reviews have been created by world-class clinical faculty and each video undergoes a peer-review process to ensure accuracy of information.
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Magseed
 
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Magnetic Seed Localization (MSL) is a new technique to help Radiologists and Surgeons localize impalpable breast lesions. Magseed is designed to guide surgeons using Sentimag during a breast lumpectomy. Magseed can be placed by radiologists up to 30 days in advance of surgery using ultrasound or radiographic guidance, offering scheduling flexibility for surgeons and radiologists compared to wire-guided localization. For more information, visit www.mammotome.com
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Radio-isotope guided surgery for occult breast lesions -- Riccardo Audisio and Ramesh HS Jois
 
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This video shows the surgical technique of using radio-isotope in breast surgery. It discuss the information to be shared with the patient. For professionals, it discuss handling of radio-isotope, safety issues, rules and regulation for implementing the technique at your hospitals, pearls and pitfalls of the technique and offers technical tips to avoid failures.
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FIBRO ADENOMA BREAST EXCISION TECHNIQUE
 
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Breast Conservation Surgery (BCS) for Early Breast Cancer by Dr. Rohan Khandelwal
 
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Breast conservation surgery (BCS) can be done for patients who have been diagnosed with early breast cancer. It is an alternate to complete removal of the breast or mastectomy and has equivalent results. Dr. Rohan Khandelwal is a specialised Breast Cancer Surgeon in Gurgaon, India, who has special interest in breast conservation surgery
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How to Do 4 - How read a specimen mammography.mov
 
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Η εκτίμηση της μαστογραφίας παρασκευάσματος είναι εξαιρετικά κρίσιμη ώστε να αποφευχθεί η επανεπέμβαση της ασθενούς. Στόχοι πρώτα η εξαίρεση της βλάβης και μετά η εξαίρεση σε υγιή όρια. Specimen mammography is very important part of an operation for the excision of a non palpable lesion. Marking of the specimen is imperative.
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Operataions    breast conserving surgery
 
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Modified Radical Mastectomy (MRM) for Breast Cancer by Dr. Rohan Khandelwal
 
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Modified radical mastectomy (MRM) is one of the surgical options for breast cancer. In this video, Dr. Rohan Khandelwal has demonstrated the key steps of this surgery
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Operation 32 - Periareolar excisional biopsy of a benign palpable lesion
 
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One of the basic breast operations. Excisional biopsy of a probably benign breast lesion. The excision must be "oncologically" correct. The specimen must me removed in one piece and sent for pathology. Aesthetic result must be "the best".
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Enzo Durante: Benign proliferative lesions:
 
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BUS SEMINAR 2014 INTERNATIONAL BREAST ULTRASOUND SCHOOL JANUARY 24, 25, 2014 TECHNOPARK Zürich: Enzo Durante: Benign proliferative lesions: US -- pathology correlations and surgical indications after core
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Radioactive Seed Localization
 
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Roswell Park is the only location in Western New York to offer this new, more patient-friendly approach for doctors to precisely pinpoint and remove very small breast cancers that can be seen on a mammogram but not felt in the breast.
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How To Operate - Wide Local Excision
 
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How to Operate: For MRCS Candidates and Other Surgical Trainees Wide Local Excision The narration tackles the realities of operations and their difficulties with useful tips and a common sense, occasionally humorous approach not found in more senior and specialist titles that often seem to present a more polished version of reality than one encounters in your own operating theatre. The procedures videoed cover the breadth of a typical core surgical training rotation, including general, vascular, urological, orthopaedic, upper gastrointestinal, ENT, breast, and colorectal procedures. For example, within upper gastrointestinal surgery the videos feature gastrectomy, splenectomy, gastrojejunostomy, open cholecystectomy, and thoracotomy. It is perhaps surprising that no-one has already put such a training package together. Many have used Acland’s anatomy DVDs for MRCS revision, and although sub-specialist operative training DVDs do exist these are limited in scope and are prohibitively expensive. It must surely have been a labour of love to assemble and edit these training videos all together, and the author and production team are to be congratulated on bringing this to life as well as they have. In the modern multimedia age this could well become as essential as Kirk’s seminal text on basic surgical techniques was to previous generations climbing the slippery surgical ladder. Table of Contents ➤ General ➤ Vascular ➤ Urology ➤ Orthopaedics ➤ Upper gastrointestinal ➤ Breast ➥ Mastectomy ➥ Wide Local Excision ➥ Axillary Node Clearance ➥ Fibroadenoma ➤ Ear, nose and throat ➤ Colorectal ➤ Appendices ➤ Extras ↯↯WebSite↯↯ https://www.librosmedicina.org/ ↯↯Follow Us on Instagram↯↯ http://instagram.com/soymedicina
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Milan Breast Cancer Conference 2008: Radioguided Localisation (ROLL) of breast lesions.
 
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Dr Alberto Luini, Director, Division of Breast Surgery, IEO, discusses Radioguided Localisation (ROLL) of breast lesions. From the Milan Breast Cancer Conference
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Breast conserving surgery and sentinel lymph node biopsy in breast cancer
 
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Breast conserving surgery and sentinel lymph node biopsy in breast cancer. come from:http://www.surgbbs.com/
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Chemoport Insertion in Left IJV - Dr. Rohan Khandelwal
 
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Chemoport is a vascular access device through which chemotherapy can be given with relative ease. #Cancer #Chemotherapy #BreastCancer
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What is GAMMA PROBE? What does GAMMA PROBE mean? GAMMA PROBE meaning & explanation
 
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What is GAMMA PROBE? What does GAMMA PROBE mean? GAMMA PROBE meaning - GAMMA PROBE definition - GAMMA PROBE explanation. Source: Wikipedia.org article, adapted under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/3.0/ license. SUBSCRIBE to our Google Earth flights channel - https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC6UuCPh7GrXznZi0Hz2YQnQ A gamma probe is a handheld device containing a scintillation counter, for intraoperative use following injection of a radionuclide, to locate sentinel lymph nodes by their radioactivity. It is used primarily for sentinel lymph node mapping and parathyroid surgery. Gamma probes are also used for RSL (radioactive seed localization), to locate small and non-palpable breast lesions. The sentinel node market experienced high growth in the early and mid 90's starting with melanoma sentinel node surgical search and breast cancer sentinel node staging; both are currently considered standards of care. The use of a radioactive tracer, rather than a coloured dye, was proposed in 1984. To locate the draining lymph nodes or sentinel lymph node from a breast cancer tumour a Technetium-99m based radiopharmaceutical is common. This may be a nanocolloid or sestamibi. Although imaging with a gamma camera may also take place, the idea of a small gamma probe is that it can be used to identify lymph nodes (or other sites) with uptake at a much higher resolution, during an operation. The probe may be collimated to further restrict the field of detection.
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Needle Localization - Diagnostic and Biopsy Services for Breast Evaluation
 
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To help the surgeon perform accurate removal of an area of concern, a small, thin, wire is placed near the nodule in the breast using ultrasound or mammographic imaging to guide the wire placement.
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Operation 18 -  Excision of Giant Fibroadenoma (4m56).mov
 
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Εκτομή Γιγαντιαίου Ινοαδενώματος στην Ωρα 6 Excision of a Giant Fibroadenoma 6 o'clock
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PAPILLOMA DIAGNOSIS
 
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https://www.michaelpitmanmd.com/ Papillomas of the larynx are growths caused by the Human Papilloma Virus. While papilloma can present in both children and adults, the juvenile cases tend to be more severe. ● Symptoms may include hoarseness, voice changes or difficulty breathing. (see “Presentation/Symptoms” video below) ● Diagnosis: Papillomas can usually be identified when visualizing the throat by using a scope through the nose. The diagnosis must be confirmed by a biopsy. (see “Diagnosis” video below) ● Treatment for papilloma is generally surgical. Since papillomas grow only on the surface, the surgeon’s goal is to preserve all the normal structures of the larynx while removing the papilloma. Due to recent advances, recurrent lesions are often controlled by laser treatment in the office under topical anesthesia. If surgical resection and in office laser treatment is not sufficient, patients may need one of the many adjuvant medical therapies available. (see “Treatment” video below) ● Prognosis: Since papillomas frequently recur, multiple surgeries or laser procedures are often necessary. Despite the recurrences, due to the minimally invasive nature of the in-office laser treatments, most cases of adult onset papilloma can be controlled without a significant impact on quality of life. (see “Prognosis” video below) WEBSITE https://www.michaelpitmanmd.com/ http://entcolumbia.org/our-services/voice-and-swallowing-institute SOCIAL FACEBOOK: https://www.facebook.com/MichaelPitmanMD/ INSTAGRAM: https://www.instagram.com/michaelpitmanmd/
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Do YOU recognise these 12 signs of breast cancer?
 
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►Know Your Lemons image created by charity Worldwide Cancer ►Shows 12 lemons showing 'symptoms' of breast cancer such as dimpling and growing veins ►Cancer patient Erin Smith Chieze shared the image on Facebook ►Her post has since been viewed by more than three million people Source: Dailymail
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TRACO 2014 - Breast cancer; Radiation oncology
 
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TRACO 2014 - Breast cancer; Radiation oncology Air date: Monday, October 20, 2014, 4:00:00 PM Category: TRACO Runtime: 01:59:59 Description: TRACO Recent advances in understanding cancer biology are beginning to be translated into improvements in diagnosis and treatment of cancer. In the post-genome era, we increasingly rely on strong collaboration between basic and clinical scientists to develop novel approaches for treatment of human disease. The NCI Center for Cancer Research (CCR) is one of the largest cancer research organizations in the world, with more than 200 principal investigators, and has played a major role in development and implementation of many new technologies, such as nanotechnology, next generation sequencing, genomics and proteomics. For more information go to http://ccr.cancer.gov/careers.courses/traco Author: F. Zia; A. Krauze Permanent link: http://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?18687
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Localization Wire Migration
 
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Localization wires are used to guide surgeons during a lumpectomy. These wires can move between the time of placement and surgery. A device called WireFix solves this problem of migration.
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Thyroid Cancer  Staging and Prognosis
 
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Medicine by Alexandros G. Sfakianakis,Anapafseos 5 Agios Nikolaos 72100 Crete Greece,00306932607174,00302841026182,alsfakia@gmail.com Thyroid Cancer Staging and Prognosis TABLE 1: AJCC/UICC staging of thyroid cancer Unlike most other cancers, in which staging is based on the anatomic extent of disease, the American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC) and International Union Against Cancer (UICC) staging of thyroid cancer also takes into consideration patient age at the time of diagnosis and tumor histology (Table 1). Differentiated thyroid cancers Recurrence and death following initial treatment of differentiated thyroid cancer can be predicted using a number of risk-classification schemes. Some commonly used systems are Tumor Node Metastasis (TNM) or Metastases, Age, Completeness of Resection, Invasion, Size (MACIS); the AMES (age, metastases, extent, and size) and AGES (age, grade, extent, and size) classifications; and then an additional clinicopathologic staging system, such as the American Thyroid Association (ATA) system, to estimate the risk of recurrence. Low-risk patients are generally those younger than 45 years with low-grade nonmetastatic tumors that are confined to the thyroid gland and are less than 1 to 5 cm. Low-risk patients enjoy a 20-year survival rate of 97% to 100% after surgery alone. High-risk patients are those 45 years and older with a high-grade, metastatic, locally invasive tumor in the neck or with a large tumor. Large size is defined by some authors as more than 1 cm and by others as more than 2 or more than 5 cm. The 20-year survival rate in the high-risk group drops to between 54% and 57%. Intermediate-risk patients include young patients with a high-risk tumor (metastatic, large, locally invasive, or high grade) or older patients with a low-risk tumor. The 20-year survival rate in this group of patients is approximately 85%. Increasing age and tumor size, male sex, poorly differentiated carcinoma, lymph node involvement, and regional and metastatic disease were associated with increased cumulative incidence of death resulting from thyroid cancer. Medullary thyroid carcinoma Medullary thyroid carcinoma is associated with an overall 10-year survival rate of 40% to 60%. When medullary carcinoma is discovered before it becomes palpable, the prognosis is much better: patients with stage I medullary tumors (ie, tumors ≤ 2 cm or nonpalpable lesions detected by screening and provocative testing) have a 10-year survival rate of 95%. Stage II medullary cancers (tumors 2 cm but 4 cm) are associated with a survival rate of 50% to 90% at 10 years. Patients who have lymph node involvement (stages III and IVA disease) have a 10-year survival rate of 15% to 50%. Unfortunately, approximately 50% of patients have lymph node involvement at the time of diagnosis. When there are distant metastases (stages IVB and IVC), long-term survival is compromised. In patients with metastatic medullary thyroid cancer, the disease often progresses at a very slow rate, and patients may remain alive with disease for many years. Doubling time of calcitonin and CEA are predictive of prognosis. In a 2005 study by Barbet et al of patients with medullary thyroid cancer, those with a calcitonin doubling time of 6 months had a survival of 25% at 5 years and 8% at 10 years versus 100% survival among patients with a calcitonin doubling time of 2 years. The 2009 ATA management guidelines for medullary thyroid cancer recommend monitoring of doubling time of CEA and calcitonin. Frequency of surveillance has been recommended on the basis of the doubling time calculation for calcitonin and CEA. Patients with calcitonin or CEA doubling times of 2 years typically do not require systemic therapy, and such treatment should only be initiated after thorough discussion with the patient. Patients with rapidly progressing disease (doubling times of 2 years) should be considered for treatment. The ATA website has a calculator for CEA and calcitonin doubling time. Sidebar: Ho et al recently reported on a postoperative nomogram for predicting cancer-specific mortality in medullary thyroid cancer. The authors identified a total of 249 patients with medullary thyroid cancer managed entirely at one institution between 1986 and 2010. Patient, tumor, and treatment characteristics were recorded from patient charts. A risk model was then built to predict the 10-year cumulative incidence of medullary thyroid cancer. All predictors of interest were added in the starting full model before selection, including age, gender, preoperative and postoperative serum calcitonin, preoperative and postoperative CEA, RET mutation, perivascular invasion, margin status, M status, pathologic N status, and pathologic T status. Of 249 patients, 22.5% (56 of 249) died from medullary thyroid cancer, while 6.4% (16 of 249) died secondary to other causes. The mean
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Radioguiaded lateral Access for Segmentary Microcalcifications
 
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Multifocal/multicentric tumors make it necessary to identify the limits of the lesion, especially in patients with tumors with microcalfications. This difficulty is frequent in extensive multicentric/multifocal lesions, generally non-palpable, that require extensive anatomical resection and are characteristic of tumors in situ in large areas of microcalcifications. The main conflict of these lesions is their anatomical delimitation for a resection with free margin, which makes it necessary, in a significant group of patients, the placement of several harpoons. These lesions are the most controversial for breast conservation because the existence of an extensive in situ component, characteristic of most of these patients, hinders and compromises the viability of disease-free margins.
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Mastectomía parcial y reconstrucción /  Partial mastectomy and reconstruction
 
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Mastectomía parcial por lesión cancerígena y reconstrucción inmediata /Partial mastectomy due to carcinogenic lesion and immediate reconstruction #EnelQuirófano #CirugíaPlástica #PlasticSurgery
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The Importance of Mammograms
 
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Doctors say screenings are helping them find and treat cancers earlier and faster. Dr. David Rock, a breast surgeon on the medical staff of Lee Health, says in many cases, screenings are saving lives. “Screening allows us to pick up breast cancers well before they are detectable by our patient, by feeling it in your breast, and the earlier stage we can pick it up the better your chances of curing it.” He says mammograms are one appointment women shouldn’t miss. “Obviously, if the tumor is neglected and gets larger it requires a lot more surgery and maybe even a lot more treatment so it’s important to catch those cancers early.” Starting at age 40, doctors encourage women to schedule yearly mammograms to screen for breast cancer. If a patient has a family history of breast cancer, doctors may decide to start screening ten years earlier than the age your family member was diagnosed. This allows physicians to catch the cancer before it develops. “For small non palpable cancers, our cure rate now in 2016-2017 is 98.9 percent; for the next size up it’s well in the 80s. The earlier we can catch those tumors the better your chances of being cured of that disease and the less invasive surgery we can do,” said Dr. Rock. The goal of a mammogram is to find cancer before it develops and spreads. “Some of these cancers we’re even catching before they’re at the invasive stage, kind of a precancerous stage,” said Dr. Rock. It’s important to have yearly mammograms after the age of 40 and to talk to your doctor if you have a family history of breast cancer. View More Health Matters video segments at LeeHealth.org/Healthmatters/ Lee Health in Fort Myers, FL is the largest network of health care facilities in Southwest Florida and is highly respected for its expertise, innovation and quality of care. For more than 100 years, we’ve been providing our community with personalized preventative health services and primary care to highly specialized care services and robotic assisted surgeries. Lee Health - Caring People. Inspiring Care. Visit LeeHealth.org
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MR Imaging for Malignancy in Microcalcifications (June 2017)
 
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Article discussed: MR Imaging for Diagnosis of Malignancy in Mammographic Microcalcifications: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Bennani-Baiti B, Baltzer PA. Radiology 2017;283(3):692-701. Guest: Pascal A. Baltzer, MD, Department of Biomedical Imaging and Image-guided Therapy, Vienna General Hospital (AKH), Medical University of Vienna, Vienna, Austria Moderator: Herbert Y. Kressel, MD, Editor of Radiology Full text: http://dx.doi.org/10.1148/radiol.2016161106 Copyright © 2017 Radiological Society of North America
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Radioguided Occult Lesion Localization (ROLL) with Sentinella
 
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National Cancer Institute, Egypt.
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UCSF Radiology:  Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy
 
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UCSF Radiology: Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy
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Mees Lines on Nails || Nails and Medicine || Nail Deformities
 
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This videos shows nails with Mees Lines or leukonychia striata in a patient with multiple diagnoses. Mees' lines reflect true leukonychia and appear as "transverse, non-blanching non-palpable white bands across the entire nail bed". Mees' lines can be seen in the following conditions: 1. Poisoning of metals - arsenic, thallium and other heavy metals 2. Chemotherapy - cyclophosphamide, vincristine and doxorubicin 3. Renal failure 4. Hypoalbuminemia - low protein 5. Hodgkin lymphoma 6. Carcinoid tumours Other type of such white lines are called "Muehrcke lines" and Mees' lines may be confused with these lines. These are paired white lines caused by vascular congestion in the nail bed. Muehrcke lines can be seen in the following condition: 1. Liver disease 2. Nephrotic syndrome 3. Malnutrition 4. Severe hypoalbuminemia ======================= More Videos involving nails: ======================= 1. Clubbed finger nails: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zCEqirckhAk 2. Clubbed foot nails: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z6ZAvJJNrFM 3. Half and half nails: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qt3uKQKqdlY 4. Infected eczema: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DG9RFFxvBqM = This medical video was made for the sole purpose of medical education, after having consent from the patient. = Email us on: doctor_muzammil196@gmail.com Join us on Facebook: https://web.facebook.com/drmuzammilirshad/ Contact us on LinkedIn: https://www.linkedin.com/in/dr-muzammil-irshad-18116b49/ Follow us on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/doctor_muzammil_irshad/?hl=en Follow us in Twitter: https://twitter.com/Muzammilirshad Follow us on Google +: https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/103860911369509726288 Like us on Pinterest: https://www.pinterest.com/muzammil196/ Hit the Subscribe button below this video (if you have not subscribed yet): https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZNCWGFGGyIAp-WJuhaKdtQ?disable_polymer=true
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Viviana Galimberti: How to handle positive sentinel nodes?
 
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Webcast from 13th St. Gallen International Breast Cancer Conference 13-16 March 2013: How to handle positive sentinel nodes? (Viviana Galimberti, Italy)
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Final Project Group #4: Nanotechnology and Breast/ Ovarian Cancer
 
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Nanotechnology and its Applications in the Treatment of Breast and Ovarian Cancers
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TRACO 2016: Breast cancer and Cancer health disparities
 
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TRACO 2016: Breast cancer and Cancer health disparities Air date: Monday, October 24, 2016, 4:00:00 PM Category: TRACO Runtime: 02:04:07 Description: Breast cancer and Cancer health disparities For more information go to http://ccr.cancer.gov/trainee-resources-courses-workshops-traco Author: Farah Zia, MD, NCI, NIH and Brid M. Ryan, PhD, NCI, NIH Permanent link: https://videocast.nih.gov/launch.asp?19945
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Ultrasound-Guided Breast Biopsy
 
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Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy
 
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The incidence of cutaneous melanoma has increased over the last 25 years but may now be stabilizing. It is estimated that approximately 52,000 new cases will be diagnosed this year in the U.S., resulting in 7,800 deaths attributable to melanoma.
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Sentinel Lymph Node Dissection
 
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http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/Lymplex.html http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/Lymplex-ingredients.html Sentinel lymph node dissection is an alternative to traditional axillary lymph node dissection, and many women believe that it can spare them more invasive surgery and side effects. However, the sentinel node procedure is not appropriate for everyone. Research shows that even after the sentinel node procedure, more surgery may be necessary. It has its own limitations and drawbacks, and must be done by a surgeon who has significant experience with the technique. The dictionary defines "sentinel" as a guard, watchdog, or protector. Likewise, the sentinel lymph node is the first node "standing guard" for your breast. In sentinel lymph node dissection, the surgeon looks for the very first lymph node that filters fluid draining away from the area of the breast that contained the breast cancer. If cancer cells are breaking away from the tumor and traveling away from your breast via the lymph system, the sentinel lymph node is more likely than other lymph nodes to contain cancer. The idea behind sentinel node dissection is this: Instead of removing 10 or more lymph nodes and analyzing all of them to look for cancer, remove only the one node that is most likely to have it. If this node is clean, chances are the other nodes have not been affected. In reality, the surgeon usually removes a cluster of two or three nodes — the sentinel node and those closest to it. Strategic removal of just one or a few key underarm nodes can accurately assess overall lymph node status in women who have relatively small breast cancers (smaller than 5 cm) and who have lymph nodes that don't feel abnormal before surgery. Studies have shown that after almost 5 years, women who had just the sentinel node removed were as likely to be alive and free of cancer as women who had more lymph nodes removed. http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store http://www.balancedhealthtoday.com/store/lymplex.html
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Sentinel lymph node biopsy and BCS+Oncoplasty  UIQ tumour-
 
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BREAST CANCER- Upper inner quadrant tumor Dr Geeta Kadayaprath MS FRCS, Head,Breast Surgical Oncologist,Max Cancer Centre Delhi
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X-RAD SmART
 
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Advancing our understanding of the molecular biology of cancer requires more precise tools to study the radiation induced effects used in translational research. Five years ago, Precision X-Ray introduced the X-RAD 225Cx, which showed that combining 3D volumetric imaging with highly accurate specimen positioning allowed for precise, conformal image-guided radiation therapy to specific targets in mice, rats and rabbits. The X-RAD SmART, the next generation of cabinet IGRT systems, takes this to a new level of precision. The X-RAD SmART takes the already excellent design of the X-RAD 225Cx, and improves it in every way imaginable. The redesigned cabinet still provides complete shielding from all internal x-rays, while moving to a more flexible design, allowing for installations in just about any laboratory space. The new cabinet design is not just about increased efficiency, however, as it also has higher precision electromechanics under the hood, allowing for even better targeting accuracy. Superior hardware, however, cannot be fully taken advantage of without superior software. Pilot, developed by the esteemed scientific team at Princess Margaret Cancer Center, is a fully functional suite of tools used to acquire images, deliver therapy, guide the targeting system and control system calibrations. SmART Plan, developed at Maastro Clinic, combines a user friendly interface with state-of-the-art Monte Carlo calculation algorithms to rapidly devise treatment plans with gold standard accuracy for static beams, arcs, and even non-coplanar treatments across single and multiple isocenters. This enables rapid, accurate treatments to be delivered in any scenario, ranging from simple subcutaneous xenografts all the way to complex metastatic models. However, the system is not limited to CT guidance alone. The X-RAD SmART is the ONLY system with a fully integrated Bioluminescence Imaging Platform. Because the system is fully integrated, registration with CT is fully automated, allowing for precise tumor localization for non-palpable tumors. The system can also serve to measure tumor viability across studies. As well, Co-Pilot, developed by the Netherlands Cancer Institute can automatically register DICOM images from other available platforms, effectively providing multi-modality image-guidance. These features, combined with PXI’s legendary service, make the X-RAD SmART the clear choice in small animal precision radiotherapy
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EBUS and CT-guided biopsy in repeat biopsies of patients with progressive lung cancer
 
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Neal Navani, MA, MBBS, MRCP, MSc, PhD, University College London, London, UK, discusses the differences in the application of endobronchial ultrasound (EBUS) and CT-guided biopsies at diagnosis versus repeat biopsy after disease progression (second-line). Both techniques are well established for diagnosing lung cancer and have traditionally been used for initial diagnosis. However, there is an increasing need to perform a repeat biopsy of tumours that are progressing after first-line treatment. This can provide insights into why the tumour has become resistant to the treatment and inform tailored second-line treatment decisions. Dr Navani explains differences in the application of these techniques between the first-line and second-line settings, highlighting that patient consent to a repeat biopsy is critical. He also discusses reasons behind the reduced sensitivity of the techniques in the second-line setting and how these need to be reflected when discussing options with patients. Recorded at the 2017 meeting of the British Thoracic Oncology Group (BTOG) in Dublin, Ireland.
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Single Port Laparoscopic Staging For Peritoneal Malignancy
 
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This video shows the formal laparoscopic assessment methodology for staging peritoneal malignancy as well demonstrates an innovative access technique in the form of a single access (glove) port approach which can help with the potential for port site metastases. It also includes a self assessment quiz to reinforce the learning aims of the video and to allow research into the observer variability into such a visual staging technique. The video is associated with a manuscript that has been submitted for publication in Colorectal Disease (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/journa...). Click Subscribe to this channel for the most up-to-date content! Authors: Mr Michal Kazanowski, Mr Hazar Al Furajii, Conor Shields, Jurgen Mulsow. Peritoneal Malignancy Institute, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin 7, Ireland. Corresponding Author: Mr Jurgen Mulsow, Peritoneal Malignancy Institute, Mater Misericordiae University Hospital, Dublin 7, Ireland. Video associated with Colorectal Disease Journal (published by Wiley and associated with the Association of Coloproctology Great Britain and Ireland (ACPGBI), European Society of Coloproctology (ESCP) and Spanish Society of Coloproctology (SSC).
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VIDEO: SAVI SCOUT targets breast tumors
 
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New technology could reduce number of repeat breast reconstruction surgery
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Breast Cancer Lumpectomy and Sentinel Lymph Node Biopsy, Darrin Hansen MD, Salt Lake City
 
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A narrated breast lumpectomy and sentinel lymph node biopsy procedure for breast cancer performed by Darrin Hansen, MD.
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