answersLogoWhite
Cancer
Math and Arithmetic
Algebra

How large is 4x10x12 millimeter tumor?

121122123

Top Answer
User Avatar
Wiki User
Answered
2007-05-22 16:06:29
2007-05-22 16:06:29

About the size of a marble

001
๐Ÿฆƒ
0
๐Ÿคจ
0
๐Ÿ˜ฎ
0
๐Ÿ˜‚
0

Related Questions


From large to small: Meter, centimeter then millimeter.


Well a millimeter of a feather is light, but a millimeter of a brick is heavier, so it depends.


tumor that requires large doses of radiation to be destroyed


An Inch is larger. Exactly 25.4 times as large as a millimeter.


1/10th of a centimeter


1 meter = 1000 millimeters 1 millimeter = 0.001 meter


About the size of a marble!


It will have a large lump on its back and if you think it might be a tumor you should bring it to the vet!


A millimeter is not equivalent to any volume, no matter how large or small, because "millimeter" is not a unit of volume, so there's no way to compare it to any volume.


go to a vet! They will know what to do!


If the tumor is small, surgery may be done through the nose. If the tumor is large, it may require opening the skull for tumor removal. Selected patients do well with proton beam radiosurgery


A tumor will often feel like a large, hard mass. This can depend on where it is located. Some tumors can't be felt at all.



Mitosis is not regulated in tumor cells. This can cause the rapid proliferation of a large number of non-functional cells, whose only actions are to divide into more cells. Tumor cells multiply too quickly.


By unit of length and mass and conversion ,we can say that 1 cm=10mm



both. Sometimes "cancer" will form a tumor. Sometimes the tumor will grow so large it suffocates vital organs. This is a sad occurrence indeed.


NEUROCRINE CARCINOMA is an old and somewhat ambiguous entity of malignant tumor. In general, NC is a tumor that demonstrates neurocrine differention. That can be a usual carcinoma with prominent neurocrine differention, a large cell neurocrine carcinoma, small cell carcinoma or an atypical carcinoid tumor(in the lung). NEUROCRINE CARCINOMA is an old and somewhat ambiguous entity of malignant tumor. In general, NC is a tumor that demonstrates neurocrine differention. That can be a usual carcinoma with prominent neurocrine differention, a large cell neurocrine carcinoma, small cell carcinoma or an atypical carcinoid tumor(in the lung).


A malignant tumor is a cancerous tumor. A benign tumor is one that isn't harmful to the person that has the tumor.


no well, unless a camel has a very large tumor on its back.


You need to talk this over with the vet - it depends on what kind of tumor it is, how large it is, and where in the body it is. Your vet will give you an honest opinion on whether your cat will suffer or not.


A tenth of a millimeter is 100 micrometers. There is no name for a tenth of a millimeter



Healthy and normal human blood cells are about 8 micro-meters large. They also are approximately 8 thousandths of a millimeter across.


Symptoms are often absent until the tumor is large or has metastasized.Some symptoms are: a lump or mass in the mouth.swelling in the face.pain in the jaw or the side of the face.difficulty swallowing.difficulty breathing.difficulty speaking



Copyright ยฉ 2020 Multiply Media, LLC. All Rights Reserved. The material on this site can not be reproduced, distributed, transmitted, cached or otherwise used, except with prior written permission of Multiply.