Child-specific cancer and its early performance

By | April 8, 2012

Child-specific cancer and its early performance, new research shows that child is not fully immune function, anti-cancer cells are less capable, but also good for cancer-risk population.
Children's cancer is characterized by: age of onset in 6 years of age, tumor expression is:
Leukemia – acute lymphoblastic leukemia is most common in male than female, fever, sweating or pale and weak as the first symptom, when bone pain caused by leukocyte infiltration, physical examination can be found in a wide range of superficial lymph nodes and spleen swelling large, peripheral blood picture showed anemia, thrombocytopenia, "naive" lymphocytes in the emergence of an important basis for the diagnosis, diagnosis depends on bone marrow examination.
Lymphoma – This is a malignant tumor originated in the lymphoid tissues, Hodgkin's disease based on histology and non-Hodgkin's disease can be divided into two types of local symptoms as swollen lymph nodes, systemic fever, weight loss, night sweats, etc. .
Wilms tumor-this is a highly malignant tumor, children with fever, vomiting, abdominal pain, abdominal mass, weight loss and other abnormalities.
Neuroblastoma eleven common in the adrenal gland, can also be found in the cervical, thoracic, lumbar sympathetic ganglia, the disease occurred in children under 5 years of age, the mass is a common sign, or early metastasis to bone, liver and skin corresponding symptoms.
Central nervous system tumors eleven most common glioma, appeared in the cerebellum, the symptoms of ataxia, dizziness, and increased intracranial pressure, head circumference increased, with the Hang bulging mouth, headache and vomiting, papilledema is important early symptoms.
Child-specific cancer and its early performance, one by one malignant teratoma, or embryonal carcinoma is a malignant embryonal, occur in the retroperitoneal, where the increased, surgery is difficult to cut to do with poor prognosis.

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