This slide show features pathology images of bladder cancer, prostate cancer, renal cell carcinoma, and testicular cancer.
This slide show features pathology slides of astrocytomas, subependymomas, medulloblastomas, meningiomas, ependymomas, glioblastomas, and oligodendrogliomas.
This esophageal cancer slide show features pathology slides of Barrett’s esophagus, esophageal adenocarcinoma, small-cell carcinoma, and squamous cell and sarcomatoid carcinomas of the esophagus.
This thyroid cancer slide show features pathology images of follicular carcinoma and Hurthle cell carcinoma at various magnifications.
We can all agree that communication skills are essential to quality cancer care. Oncologists are expected to explain complex situations clearly. Be on the lookout for doctors who say any of these—it could be a sign that they need an attitude adjustment.
This slide show on chronic myelomonocytic leukemia (CMML) includes various images of the disease in bone marrow aspirates, infiltrating organs, and more.
Novel cancer agents have brought about significant improvements in patient survival, and dermatologic adverse events have gained considerable attention due to their high frequency, appearance in functional and cosmetically sensitive areas, and association with symptoms of pain and pruritus.
This non–small-cell lung cancer slide show features pathology images of adenocarcinoma; bronchioloalveolar, large-cell, and colloid carcinoma; and squamous cell carcinoma.
ONCOLOGY is a monthly peer-reviewed journal that is indexed in MEDLINE/PubMed, ISI, SCOPUS, and Embase, among other A&I databases.
This slide show features adenomatous and nonadenomatous polyps, adenocarcinomas, adenomas, surgical anastomosis, diverticula, lipoma, scattered and clustered pseudopolyps, and more.
This testicular cancer slide show features pathology images of seminomas, yolk sac and germ-cell tumors, and teratomas.
When you inspect moles, pay special attention to their sizes, shapes, edges, and color. A handy way to remember these features is to think of the A, B, C, D, and E of skin cancer—asymmetry, border, color, diameter, and evolving.
This slide show features images of CT-guided biopsies, transthoracic ultrasounds, PET/CT scans, and x-rays revealing non–small-cell lung cancer (NSCLC).
Over half of all US physicians will be sued for malpractice at some point in their career. Every goody two-shoes knows how to avoid that: be kind and compassionate, yada, yada, yada. Here we reverse the scenario and reveal 15 highly effective habits that, in the face of a bad outcome, might inspire patients to give a personal injury lawyer your address.