Common forms of cultured tumours

The article was consulted professionally by Specialist I Le Thi Phuong – Obstetrics and Gynecology Department – Share99 Ha Long International Health Hub.

Cultured tumours are malignancy of cultured atoms, including invasive egg-feeding and cultured stem cancer. The disease is common in older women, especially women with low living rates.

1. What are cultured tumours?

Cultured tumours are tumors derived from the placenta. There are many forms of cultured tumours, including malignant forms such as invasive egg-feeding, malignant forms such as cultured atom cancer, carioma, and vegetable-fed atoms.

2. Classification of cultured tumours

According to the World Health Organization, cultured tumours are classified in the following forms:

  • Invasive mole: Is a condition where eggs tend to be malignant and cultured whole-cell cancer;
  • Placental site trophoblastic tumour;
  • Epithelioid trophoblastic tumour.

Classification of the prostate of cultured atom cancer in 2 forms:

  • Cultured stem cancer has no meta metasyses;
  • Cultured stem cancer has meta metasyses.

Patients with a good (low-risk) dosing (low risk) if:

  • hCG urine < 100.000 IU/24h;
  • serum hCG < 400.000 mIU/ml;
  • Symptoms appear less than 4 months;
  • No brain and liver migrations;
  • No previous chemotherapy treatment;
  • Not after normal calving.

Patients with a bad (high-risk) remable if:

  • hCG urine > 100,000 IU/24h;
  • serum hCG > 400,000 mIU/ml;
  • Symptoms appear less than 4 months;
  • There are brain and liver migrations;
  • Previous chemotherapy treatment;
  • After normal calving.

Tumours that feed the vegetable region

Patients with a bad (high-risk) volume if urine hCG > 100,000 IU/24h

3. Methods of treatment of cultured tumours

3.1. Surgery

Complete uterine restomy surgery for cultured tumours applies to the following cases:

  • Older women or those who do not want to become pregnant anymore;
  • Treatment of chemicals to no er result,

3.2. Chemical treatment

In all cases:

  • Young patients;
  • The patient also wishes to give birth;
  • The patient is incapable of performing surgery.

Monosymtherapy : Methotrexate or Actinomycin D applies when:

  • Cultured stem cancer without meta metasic spores;
  • Cultured stem cancer has meta metalysed spores but is at low risk.

Multi-therapeutic: Coordinate many types of chemicals applied when:

  • Cultured stem cancer has meta meta metalyses in the high-risk group;
  • Single-therapy treatment failed.

Follow-up treatment: During the course of treatment, patients should be closely monitored by performing tests:

  • Blood formula, leukocy white blood system (daily test);
  • Blood glucose;
  • Liver and kidney function;
  • Quant quant quant amount hCG.

3.3. Optical treatment

Optical treatment is in place when cultured whole cell cancer is rampant in the non-surgical pelvic pit.

Optical treatment usually uses X-rays or cobalt to shine into the vagina or hypothxia area to prevent cancer cells from growing and meta meta meta metas metasing.

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  • What are cultured tumours?
  • Surgery to remove cancer of vaginal metasymroded cancer
  • Pay attention to abnormal manifestations during pregnancy

About: Minh Quynh

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