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Material and methods: Our study included 64 subjects aged 21 to 76 years with newly discovered breast lesions by mammography and ultrasound who underwent contrast-enhanced MRI at Arcadia Medical Center, Iași between January and December The following were analyzed: lesion morphology shape, contour and signal intensityenhancement pattern and enhancement curve. Results and discussion: Of the total of 65 subjects 44 presented benign lesions and 20 malignant lesions.
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Reuse article Cancer-fighting gene found Jan 12, - Researchers at Fribourg University have found a gene which is capable of preventing the growth of colon cancers. The gene is activated by non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs such as aspirin and could lead to the development of new prevention measures for colon cancer.
Diagnostic imaging techniques are help discriminating between benign and malignant nodules, while fine needle aspiration is still a gold standard. Shear wave elastography, a recent imaging technique, holds the promise to become reliable diagnostic tools and is currently used in combination with ultrasound.
It works by forcing malignant tumor cells to become more benign. Results of the research undertaken by cancer found benign team led by Professor Curzio Rüegg were published in leading international cancer journal Oncogene.
Epidemiological studies showed that regular use of non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs over several years significantly reduced the risk of developing certain tumors. However, prescription of these drugs in general terms for cancer prevention is not recommended given side effects such as ulcers.
Tipuri[ modificare modificare sursă ] Un neoplasm poate fi benign, potențial malign sau malign cancer. Sunt circumscrise și localizate, și nu se transformă în cancer. Sunt localizate, nu invadează și nu distrug, dar în timp, se pot transforma într-un cancer.
Researchers aim to look for ways to mimic the effects of non-steroid anti-inflammatory drugs without the side effects.
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