Asked in Veterinary Medicine
What to expect after cryosurgery on tumor in horses sheath?
Asked in Medical Terminology
What is the medical term for graded to be moderately differentiated and enclosed in a sheath of tissue?
encapsulated Growth enclosed in a sheath of tissue that prevents tumor cells from invading surrounding tissue. GII (tumor grade classification) the cells are moderately differentiated. ...
Asked in Domestic Dogs
What is the prognosis for survival with a peripheral nerve sheath tumor in a dog?
The average survival time for dogs with a malignant tumor is 2 years. The closer the tumor is to the paw, better the chances of recovery. ...
Asked in Cancer
What is neurofibrosarcoma?
Neurofibrosarcoma, also known as peripheral nerve sheath tumor, is a malignant tumor that develops in the cells surrounding these peripheral nerves. It can sometimes arise in patients with neurofibromatosis (NF1). Neurofibrosarcoma is usually found in the arms and legs and can spread extensively along nerve tissue. ...
Asked in Human Anatomy and Physiology
What is a cystic mass arising from tendon in the wrist?
A ganglion cyst is a swelling or tumor on a joint or tendon sheath. It can occur anywhere there is a tendon. It has been called Gideon's Disease or a Bible Cyst or a Bible Bump. ...
What is a swanoma tumor and how bad are they?
A Swanoma Tumor is a bundle of nerve cells The correct spelling is schwannoma. A schwannoma (sh-won-oma) is a tumor of the tissue covering nerves called the nerve sheath. These tumours develop from a type of cell called a Schwann cell, which gives them their name. Schwannomas are often not cancerous (benign). The commonest type of benign schwannoma is the acoustic neuroma. This can cause deafness because it grows on a nerve called the 8th cranial nerve, which controls hearing. ...
Asked in Dog Health
What is the life expectancy for a dog with a tumor in the fore brain?
There is no average life expectancy for a dog with a tumor in the fore brain. The length of remaining life is determined by the size of the tumor, how aggressive the tumor is, and when the tumor is diagnosed. ...