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Colon Cancer and Immunohistochemistry
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hat the immunohistochemistry results of resected at 2008 c...
" ...by the phone that the immunohistochemistry results of resected at 2008 colon cancer is as expected a typical ...78 years old patient.. we go for the most well tolerated platinum doublet... "
immunohistochemistry (IHC) studies that pathologists and...
" ...the special protein stains called immunohistochemistry (IHC) studies that pathologists and ...whether this a recurrence of colon cancer, a new lung cancer, a... "
colon cancers. We investigated whether associations between...
" ...and is overexpressed in some colon cancers. We investigated whether associations between ...FASN expression was analyzed by immunohistochemistry. Hazard ratios (HRs) and 95%... "
ou have your colon cancer tissue blocks evaluated for mi...
" ...\"I would suggest that you have your colon cancer tissue blocks evaluated for microsatellite instability (MSI) and immunohistochemistry (IHC) and should they be ...test for a genetic mutation. I... "
munohistochemistry profile of cytokeratin (CK)-7 positive an...
" ...concurrent chest radiation, often given along with cisplatin or carboplatin as well. ...I'll also add that the immunohistochemistry profile of cytokeratin (CK)-7 positive ...a lung rather than a colon... "
polyposis colon cancer) AKA Lynch Syndrome is the mos...
" ...hereditary. HNPCC (Hereditary non polyposis colon cancer) AKA Lynch Syndrome is the ...of cases that I am asked to examine with immunohistochemistry (I am a pathologist) as part of genetic counselling... "
Colon Cancer (HNPCC).Approximately 5% of colorectal ca...
" ...be ruled out, that your family has \"Lynch Syndrome\" also known as Hereditary Non-Polyposis Colon Cancer (HNPCC). Approximately 5% of colorectal ...I am asked to examine with immunohistochemistry (I am... "
developing colon cancer (and of course your family), do...
" ...told you that you are at risk of developing colon cancer (and of course your family), do get tested. Of ...have their tumours tested by immunohistochemistry and microsatellite instability testing (IHC... "
ancer (thanks to multiple negative immunohistochemistry s...
" ...the biopsy are definately not colon cancer (thanks to multiple negative immunohistochemistry staining assays for colon markers). ...be difficult to treat. Other immunohistochemistry suggests either... "
iagnosed Stage 3 colon cancer (pT3N1bM0 IIIB), at age of 6...
" ...My Mom was diagnosed Stage 3 colon cancer (pT3N1bM0 IIIB), at age of 67. Here is the ...12). Chronic appendicitisand no cancer. Immunohistochemistry CK7 (-) CK20 ( )... "
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