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Neoplasm

Neoplasm

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PRESENTATIONPRESENTATION
WHAT IS NEOPLASMS”WHAT IS NEOPLASMS”
BYBYRASHID HUSSAINPost R.N B.Sc Nursing
SUBJECTSUBJECT:: ADVANCE NURSING CONCEPTS-IIADVANCE NURSING CONCEPTS-II
Khyber Medical UniversityKhyber Medical UniversityPost Graduate College of Nursing PeshawarPost Graduate College of Nursing Peshawar23-01-201023-01-2010
 
IntroductionIntroduction
Gradual increase in the number of dividing cells creates aGradual increase in the number of dividing cells creates agrowing mass of tissue called a "growing mass of tissue called a "
tumortumor
" or "" or "
neoplasmneoplasm
." If ." If the rate of cell division is relatively rapid, and no "suicide"the rate of cell division is relatively rapid, and no "suicide"signals are in place to trigger cell death, the tumor willsignals are in place to trigger cell death, the tumor willgrow quickly in size; if the cells divide more slowly, tumorgrow quickly in size; if the cells divide more slowly, tumorgrowth will be slower. But regardless of the growth rate,growth will be slower. But regardless of the growth rate,tumors ultimately increase in size because new cells aretumors ultimately increase in size because new cells arebeing produced in greater numbers than needed. As morebeing produced in greater numbers than needed. As moreand more of these dividing cells accumulate, the normaland more of these dividing cells accumulate, the normalorganization of the tissue gradually becomes disrupted.organization of the tissue gradually becomes disrupted.
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AIM:AIM:
 To share the knowledge among the To share the knowledge among theparticipants about theparticipants about the
Basic concept of Basic concept of NeoplasmNeoplasm
..
OBJECTIVES:OBJECTIVES: 
At the end of presentation the participants will be able to:At the end of presentation the participants will be able to:
Define Neoplasia, Dysplasia, Meteplasia, Anaplasia andDefine Neoplasia, Dysplasia, Meteplasia, Anaplasia andDifferetiation.Differetiation.
Describe the pathogenesis of neoplasia.Describe the pathogenesis of neoplasia.
Enlist the difference b/w Benign & Malignant tumors.Enlist the difference b/w Benign & Malignant tumors.
Describe the nomenclature of tumors.Describe the nomenclature of tumors.
Explain the characteristics and staging criteria of tumor.Explain the characteristics and staging criteria of tumor.
Discuss the clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of Discuss the clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of neoplasms.neoplasms.

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