MOR 366 - Funeral Pathology - Lesson 2.1
The abnormal, excessive, and uncontrolled multiplication of cells with the formation of a mass or new growth of tissue.
Harmful, potentially fatal cancerous growth
Not recurrent or progressive
A benign epithelial tumor.
A benign bony tumor.
A slow-growing, painless cartilaginous tumor.
A benign fatty tumor.
A benign tumor arising from cells derived from vessels.
"Hemangioma" - blood vessels
"Lymphangioma" - lymph vessels
A benign tumor of fibrous connective tissue.
A benign tumor of muscle tissue.
A benign tumor of striated muscular tissue.
A benign tumor of smooth muscle.
Benign tumor composed of nerve cells.
Suffix that denotes a tumor in the body's connective tissue.
Suffix that denotes a tumor in the skin or tissue (epithelial) cells.
A malignant tumor of darkly pigmented cells (melanocytes) that often arises in a brown or black mole.
Squamous cell carcinoma
Carcinoma that develops primarily from stratified epithelium.
A malignant tumor that originates in glandular epithelial tissues.
Transitional cell carcinoma
A carcinoma that originates in cells that line the urinary tract.
Basal cell carcinoma
A form of skin cancer usually caused by exposure to sun or other forms of ultraviolet light.
A sarcoma composed of bony tissue.
A cartilaginous sarcoma.
A malignant tumor derived from embryonal fat cells.
A malignant tumor originating from cells derived from vessels.
A malignant tumor originating from blood vessels.
A malignant tumor originating from lymph vessels.
A sarcoma containing a large amount of fibrous connective tissue.
A malignant neoplasm originating from lymphocytes.
A malignant tumor derived from muscle tissue.
A malignant neoplasm originating in skeletal muscle.
A malignant tumor consisting principally of smooth muscle.
A neoplasm or tumor composed of neuroglial cells.
A closed sac or pouch with a definite wall that contains fluid, semi-fluid, or solid material.
A fluid-filled cyst that develops in the ovary and consists of one or more chambers.
A cyst of a sweat gland.
A general state of ill health associated with emaciation.
Escape of blood from the vascular system.
Excessive wasting away of the body.
Loss of moisture from body tissue.