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Mammary ductal carcinoma: Quiz

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Question 1: Mammary ductal carcinoma is the most common type of ________ in women.
Breast cancer classificationLung cancerBreast cancerBreast cancer treatment

Question 2: treatment after surgery) usually includes ________, radiotherapy, hormonal therapy (e.g.
ATC code LCancer immunotherapyAntineoplasticChemotherapy

Question 3: The breast has previously received ________ (XRT) treatment.
Gamma rayRadioactive decayIonizing radiationRadiation

Question 4: The patient has had ________ or another disease of the connective tissue, which can complicate XRT treatment.
VasculitisErythema nodosumSclerodermaSystemic lupus erythematosus

Question 5: ________) and targeted therapy (e.g.
MifepristoneEstradiolDanazolTamoxifen

Question 6: ________ means "in place" and refers to the fact that the cancer has not moved out of the duct and into any surrounding tissue.
PlantEarth scienceBiologyIn situ

Question 7: DCIS is usually discovered through a ________ as very small specks of calcium known as microcalcifications.
Medical ultrasonographyMedical radiographyMammographyMagnetic resonance imaging

Question 8: 4cm or larger mass: modified (a less aggressive form of radical mastectomy) radical mastectomy (because any malignant mass in excess of 4cm in size exceeds the criteria for a lumpectomy) along with sampling of the ________ in the axilla.
Lymphatic systemSpleenLymph nodeImmune system

Question 9: "Ductal carcinoma" refers to the development of ________ within the milk ducts of the breast.
MetastasisCancerChemotherapyCarcinogenesis

Question 10: Regardless of the histological subtype, the prognosis of IDC depends also on its staging, histological grade, expression of hormone receptors and of oncogenes like ________.
HER2/neuInsulin-like growth factor 1 receptorCD117CD135







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