The Benefits of a Breast Cancer Fitness Program Breast cancer is one of the most difficult to deal with conditions in the world. Although it typically only affects women, there are some men that have been diagnosed with breast cancer in the past. The term breast cancer refers to a malignant tumor that has developed from cells in… Read More »""
Breast Cancer is the most common type of cancer in women in the UK. The numbers affected have risen by 80% in the past 30 years and it is believed that 90% of cases are caused by lifestyle. Five percent of cases are due to genetic factors. Although breast lumps are quite common, only 10% of them are… Read More »""
In the detection and assessment of breast cancer by MRI, gadolinium contrast agent is used to highlight lesions and their extent. Subtraction and fat suppression techniques are used to minimize loss of visibility. The screening of the general population by MRI is not practical because of its high cost and limited availability. Although MRI screening is at least… Read More »""
The first guidelines for breast screening assessment were issued in 2001. Since then there have been many modifies in practice that warrant inclusion in these updated guidelines. The majority units have at the present moved from fine needle aspiration for cytology to automated core biopsy as the technique of option for non-operative diagnosis. The guidelines include suggestions too… Read More »""
Methods of pain control to help patients with advanced breast cancer is of great significance to improve the cancer sufferers existence quality and prolong existence. pain: pain often prompts cancer has entered the middle and late. How to mitigation of pain in patients with advanced cancer, increase appetite, improve patient quality of life is so important things. Pain… Read More »""
Identifying the breast cancer stages is important since it enables the patient and doctor to determine the treatment necessary for one’s condition. Also, it is essential in evaluating the risk of the given condition and what lifestyle changes the patient is able to do to enhance their health. Identifying A Breast Cancer’s Stage When talking about stages,… Read More »""
The fall of 2013 may seem a long way off, but when you are focused on day-to-day coding, you should begin thinking about the new code system, ICD-10, now. One thing which is of prime importance is getting your doctors ready for the change. Get your doctors ready Presently, CMS publishes about 14,000 ICD-9 codes and there will… Read More »""
Breast cancer is the most common cancer among women, with roughly 175,000 new cases reported each year. Conventional treatment for breast cancer generally consists of chemotherapy, radiation and surgery, depending upon the extent of the disease. Some women are now opting for a more natural treatment regimen, either in conjunction with the chemotherapy and radiation, or with herbs… Read More »""
Breast cancer is one of the most common types of cancer diseases. Women with cancer of the breast may suffer from its symptoms and treatments. Moreover, this type of cancer is not only a single disease. There are several kinds of this cancer and they may have greatly other implications. This type of cancer also ranges from restricted… Read More »""
Epidemiological risk factors for a disease could give significant clues as to the etiology, or cause, of a disease. The etiology of human breast cancer remains largely unknown. Risk factors associated with the disease could be classified into three extensive determinants: family history factors, hormonal and reproductive factors, and environmental factors. A current epidemiologic analysis concluded that 73%… Read More »""