Path, Tumor Nomenclature

Card Set Information

Author:
HLW
ID:
101578
Filename:
Path, Tumor Nomenclature
Updated:
2011-09-30 20:13:25
Tags:
Path
Folders:

Description:
Path, Tumor Nomenclature
Show Answers:

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview

The flashcards below were created by user HLW on FreezingBlue Flashcards. What would you like to do?


  1. Fibrous Tissue Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Fibroma
    • M= Fibrosarcoma
  2. Adipose Tissue Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Lipoma
    • M= Liposarcoma
  3. Bone Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Osteoma
    • M= Osteosarcoma
  4. Blood Vessel Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Hemangioma
    • M= Hemangiosarcoma
  5. Muscle Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Myoma
    • M= Myosarcoma
  6. Glandular Epithelium Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Adenoma
    • M= Adenocarcinoma
  7. Protective Surface Epithelium Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Papilloma
    • M= Carcinoma
  8. Liver Cell Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Hepatocellular adenoma
    • M= Hepatocellular carcinoma
  9. Squamous Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Papilloma
    • M= Squamous Cell Carcinoma
  10. Transitional Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Papilloma
    • M= Transitional Cell Carcinoma
  11. Ectoderm Malignant tumors:
    Sweat Gland Carcinoma
  12. Endoderm Malignant tumors:
    • intestinal Carcinoma
    • Pancreatic Carcinoma
  13. Mesoderm Malignant tumors:
    Renal Carcinoma
  14. Melanocyte Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Melanocytoma
    • M= Melanoma
  15. Lymphocyte Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • ALWAYS MALIGNANT
    • Lymphoma
    • Lymphosarcoma
  16. Mast Cell Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Mast Cell Tumor
    • M= Mast Cell Sarcoma
    • Mastocytoma
  17. Astroglia Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • B= Astrocytoma
    • M= Astrocytoma
  18. Bone Marrow Benign & Malignant tumors:
    • ALWAYS MALIGNANT
    • Leukemia
  19. Examples of diseases that sound like tumors, but are not (4)
    • Neuroma
    • Hematoma
    • Hemartoma
    • Choristoma
  20. Disorganizedmass growing from nerve tissue, usually after trauma or Sx
    Neuroma
  21. Hyperplastic mass of mature tissue as a result of anomalous development
    Hemartoma
  22. Hemartomas arise where?
    • Ovary
    • Lung
    • Skin
  23. Non-Neoplastic overgrowth of tissue that do not occur in that site
    Chriostoma

What would you like to do?

Home > Flashcards > Print Preview