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CANCER/ ONCOLOGY

TIME MANAGEMENT: ( 2 hrs. )

Tumor Grading  ( 5 mins. )
Cancer Staging   ( 5 mins. )
Treatment    ( 5 mins. )
Chemotherapy   ( 5 mins. )
BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT    ( 5 mins. )
Breast Cancer   ( 10 mins. )
Fibrocystic Breast   ( 5 mins. )
MASTECTOMY    ( 5 mins. )
Lung Cancer   ( 10 mins. )
Brain Tumor   ( 5 mins. )
Cervical Cancer   ( 5 mins. )
Testicular Cancer   ( 5 mins. )
Prostate Cancer   ( 5 mins. )
STD’S   ( 10 mins. )

The Immune System HIV and AIDS

  • HIV   (10 mins. )
  • AIDS   (10 mins. )
RE-REVIEW ENTIRE SYSTEM (30 MINS)
Cancer

When we talk about Cancer/ Oncology in the NCLEX, we are usually refer to a malignant tumor.

Remember that cancer cells:

  • – have uncontrollable growth
  • – when we mention carcinoma, the tumor usually arises from surface or grandular epithelium
  • – Sarcoma: arises from the commective tissues.
  • – Lymphoma and myeloma starts in the cells of the immune system.
  • Cellular Origin
    Carcinoma: Originates in epithelial tissue
    Adenocarcinoma: originates in the glandular tissue (breast, prostate)
    Sarcoma: Originates in fat, muscle blood vessels, nerves, bones

The Immune System protects the body from cancer through:

  1. Using Cell-mediated immunity.
  2. Using Natural Killer Cells.
  3. Using Helper T Cells.

Tumor Grading

Treatment: Chemotherapy

DIAGNOSIS OF CANCER

BONE MARROW TRANSPLANT

Breast Cancer

Fibrocystic Breast

MASTECTOMY

Lung Cancer

Brain Tumor

Cervical Cancer

Testicular Cancer

Prostate Cancer

STD’S

Different types of STD Diseases:

Syphillis

Herpes

Gonnorhea

The Immune System  HIV and AIDS

HIV

AIDS

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