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When treating the tumor bed for Wilms tumor, care should be taken to include the entire width of the spine to prevent
__________ is not an associated risk factor for pediatric solid tumors
THe most common symptom of Wilms tumors is an ______________
Nephroblastomas metastasize most commonly to the ________
Neuroblastomas originate in the _______
neural crest cells
_____________ primary brain tumors typically spread via the cerebral spinal fluid
The most common symptom of Ewings sarcoma is ___________
The most frequent orbital malignancy in children is _____________________
Wilm's tumor orginate from what cell type?
Which type of childhood cancer is mostly associated with prophylactic irradiation of the CNS?
ALL (Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia)
Stem cell transplantation is successful in treating childhood cancers such as ALL.
Transplanted blood cells may come from a compatible donor, the patient, or an identical twin. What are the following types of donors?
Allogeneic donor - ___________
Autologous donor - _____________
Syngeneic donor - ____________
- allogeneic = compatible match
- Autologous donor = self
- Syngeneic donor = Identical Twin
The most important latent side effects from radiation therapy to the pediatric patient is _____________ & ____________
Impaired bone growth & Secondary cancers
An aggressive management for retinoblastoma is an enucleation. An enucleation is _____________
surgical removal of the orbit
When caring for preschool aged children, it is important to __________________
keep communications simple & honest
When caring for an adolescent, it is important to _____________ ____________
adknowledge that modesty and privacy are paramount
Your 17 year old Hodgkin patient is worried about not having her hair back in time for prom. An acceptable response would be _____________________
I know someone you can speak to about some creative alternatives