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Which terms represent the correct nomenclature for benign and malignant tumors of adipose tissue, respictively?
Lipoma, liposarcoma
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Compare and contrast benign and malignant tumors
benign tumors stay in one place and do not prevent surrounding organs from functioning . Malignant tumors are those that are invasive and that metastasize to surrounding tissues starting new cancer
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Compare difference between benign and malignant tumors
1) Benign: Grow slowly/ Well-defined capsule/ Well-differentiated/ Low mitotic index/ Does not metastasize 2) Malignant: Grow rapidly/ Not encapsulated/ Poorly differentiated/ high mitotic index/ Metastasis
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Benign and malignant tumors are alike in that both: 1. Press on normal tissues an compete with normal cells for nutrients 2. Usually grow very rapidly 3. Invade nearby tissue or disperse cells to colonize distant parts of the body 4. Contain cell that closely resemble the tissue of origin
1. Press on normal tissues an compete with normal cells for nutrients Benign and malignant tumors are alike because both press on normal tissue and compete with normal cells for nutrients. Benign tumors usually grow slowly, while malignant tumors typically grow rapidly but may grow slowly. Benign tumors may enlarge and expand but do not invade nearby tissues or disperse cells or colonize distant parts of the body like malignant tumors do. Benign tumor cells closely resemble those of the tissue of origin, whereas malignant tumor cells are not readily identifiable to the tissue of origin.
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