Leukemia is a hemoblastosis, which is a tumor disease, with a characteristic displacement of normal, healthy germs of the hematopoiesis system. Leukemia originates in cells of peripheral blood and / or bone marrow. Given the morphological features Read the rest of this entry »
Rhabdomyosarcoma is a tumor disease with high malignancy, which develops from some elements of the striated muscles. Rhabdomyosarcoma affects various age categories, but more often it affects the middle and older generation.
This new formation of a pathological nature occupies the position of a reader. Read the rest of this entry »
Neuroblastoma is a pathological neoplasm associated with tumoral changes in the sympathetic nervous system, which usually affects only nerve cells. Neuroblastoma originates in the embryos of neuroblasts and is considered one of the most common. Read the full entry »
Acute lymphoblastic leukemia is a pathological malignant neoplasm in the hematopoietic system. The disease originates in the bone marrow, where the formation of large numbers of leukocytes (immature white blood cells) occurs. Острый лимфобластный лейкоз Read the rest of this entry »
Carcinoma is a cancerous tumor that develops from the epithelial structure of the skin, intestines, glands, gastric mucosa and respiratory organs. Carcinoma is a malignant neoplasm of many organs and systems that develops as a result of various sensations. Read the rest of this entry »
Glioma is the primary common tumor formation in the brain, which originates in the glial cells of the nervous system. Nerve cells, thanks to the help of glia cells, can safely function. But even these assistants sometimes form tumors in the form of glioma. This kind of malignant pathology is divided into several subspecies, such as oligodendrogliomas, ependymomas, Read the full entry »
Blastoma is an excess and pathological tissue growth, consisting of deformed cells that have already lost their original function and form. Their feature is that even after the termination. Read the full entry »