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Oncology

Pediatric Solid Tumors

TermDefinition
Treatment of Ependymomas Surgery followed by radiation therapy (V/D pg. 192)
Most common orbital malignancy Rhabdomyosarcoma (W/L pg. 905)
Most common intraocular malignant lesion Retinoblastoma (W/L pg. 901)
Common site of origin for neuroblastoma Adrenal glands (W/L pg. 902)
Cancer of the kidneys that most commonly affects children aged 3 and 4 Wilm’s Tumor (W/L pg. 903)
Treatment techniques that are used for all patients with rhabdomyosarcoma Surgery and chemotherapy (Mosbys pg. 228)
Pediatric CNS tumor with high propensity to spread via CSF Medulloblastoma (V/D pg. 184)
Arising in nonosseous portion (medullary canal) of bone and occasionally in soft tissues, this cancer primarily occurs in large, long bones and bones in the pelvis Ewing Sarcoma (Mosbys pg. 229)
Most common malignancy in children Acute Leukemia- Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia accounts for 80% of all childhood leukemias (V/D pg. 176)
Pediatric CNS tumor arising from linings in the ventricular (most commonly 4th ventricle) system and spinal canal Infratentorial Ependymomas (V/D pg. 190)
Created by: cb4945