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Most Common
(MC) Cancers
Most Common Cancers
Child - MC = Leukemia → Medulloblastoma
Infant - MC = Hemangioma
MC → testicular tumor → Yolk sac (infant)
→ Seminom (child)
→ Lymphoma (old)

MC → tonsil tumor → Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma (adult)
→ Lymphoma – (child)

MC → India → Oral cavity cancer Breast
MC → India → death → Liver Cancer
→ Ca Cervix.

Incidence
1. World → ♂ - Lung
→ ♀ - Breast
2. India → ♂ - Oral Cancer
→ ♀ - Breast
3. MC occupational cancer → skin cancer
Deaths
World → ♂ - Lung
→ ♀ - Breast
India → ♂ - Oral Cancer
→ ♀ - Breast
Metastases
- MC site for secondaries → LN (Lymph Nodes)
- 2nd MC site for secondaries → Liver
- MC source for liver secondaries → colorectal
- Source of Bone secondaries → 1. Prostate (male)
2. Breast (female)
3. Neuroblastoma (child)
- Distal bones → 1. Bronchus
2. Bowel
3. Bladder

- Male → 1. Lytic - Lung
2. Blastic → Prostate
- Female → Lytic and blastic → Breast
Breast
MC – Disorder → Fibroadenosis
Tumour → Fibroadenoma
Cancer → Ductal/Schirrous
Discharge → Ectasia

Brain
1. MC tumour → 2° of Brain (MC source - SCC of Lung)
2. MC 1°tumour → 1. Adults → Glioblastoma ( = AVM)
2. Child → Medulloblastoma
3. 2nd MC 10 → Meningioma
4. MC tumour
- Calcification → Craniopharyngioma
- Worst prognosis → Glioblastoma
- Best prognosis → Oligodendroglioma
- DROP metastasis → Ependymoma
- Immunocompromised → Primary CNS Lymphoma
- Astro/Post fossa → Juvenile Pilocytic
Astrocytoma (JPA)

- Radiosensitive tumor → Medulloblastoma
- NF-1 → Optic glioma
- NF-2 → B/L Acoustic Schwanomna
- VHL → Cerebellar Hemangioblastoma

Spinal Cord
- MC Benign → Meningiomas/Neurofibromas
- 1° intramedullary → Ependymoma
- Extramedullary → Neurofibroma
- Extradural MC → 2° (Secondaries)
GIT
- Gastric Adenoma → Antrum
- Site of Inflammatory → Stomach
polyp
- Gastric carcinoma → Neurofibroma
- Site of extra nodal → Stomach
Lymphoma (GIST)
- Site of Gastrinoma → Head of pancreas (Passaro)
- Site of ZES Gastrinoma → Duodenum
in MEN
- Esophagus → Benign – Leiomyoma
Malignant- SCC (Mid 1 /3), AC (lower 1 /3)
- Malignant → Adeno Carcinoma (Incisura angularis)
- Stomach → Benign → Leiomyoma
- SI → Benign → Adenoma (ampulla)
→ Malignant → Adeno Ca (ampulla)
- LI → Adeno Ca → Sigmoid colon

Eye
- Mc intraocular tumor → Adult → Choroid melanoma
→ Child → Retinoblastoma
- Mc Extraocular tumor → Rhabdomyosarcoma
- Malignant Lid tumor → Basal Cell Carcinoma
(lower medial Canthus)
- Benign Lid tumor → (lower medial Canthus)
- Child - Inherited tumor → Retinoblastoma
• Tongue
- Mc site → Lateral border of tongue
Para Nasal Sinus
- Benign → 1.Mc – Osteoma
2.Site - Frontal

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  1. 1. To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org Most Common (MC) Cancers Most Common Cancers Child - MC = Leukemia → Medulloblastoma Infant - MC = Hemangioma MC → testicular tumor → Yolk sac (infant) → Seminom (child) → Lymphoma (old) MC → tonsil tumor → Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma (adult) → Lymphoma – (child) MC → India → Oral cavity cancer Breast MC → India → death → Liver Cancer → Ca Cervix. Incidence 1. World → ♂ - Lung → ♀ - Breast 2. India → ♂ - Oral Cancer → ♀ - Breast 3. MC occupational cancer → skin cancer Deaths World → ♂ - Lung → ♀ - Breast India → ♂ - Oral Cancer → ♀ - Breast Metastases − MC site for secondaries → LN (Lymph Nodes) − 2nd MC site for secondaries → Liver − MC source for liver secondaries → colorectal − Source of Bone secondaries → 1. Prostate (male) 2. Breast (female) 3. Neuroblastoma (child) − Distal bones → 1. Bronchus 2. Bowel 3. Bladder
  2. 2. To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org − Male → 1. Lytic - Lung 2. Blastic → Prostate − Female → Lytic and blastic → Breast Breast MC – Disorder → Fibroadenosis Tumour → Fibroadenoma Cancer → Ductal/Schirrous Discharge → Ectasia Brain 1. MC tumour → 2° of Brain (MC source - SCC of Lung) 2. MC 1°tumour → 1. Adults → Glioblastoma ( = AVM) 2. Child → Medulloblastoma 3. 2nd MC 10 → Meningioma 4. MC tumour − Calcification → Craniopharyngioma − Worst prognosis → Glioblastoma − Best prognosis → Oligodendroglioma − DROP metastasis → Ependymoma − Immunocompromised → Primary CNS Lymphoma − Astro/Post fossa → Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA) − Radiosensitive tumor → Medulloblastoma − NF-1 → Optic glioma − NF-2 → B/L Acoustic Schwanomna − VHL → Cerebellar Hemangioblastoma Spinal Cord − MC Benign → Meningiomas/Neurofibromas − 1° intramedullary → Ependymoma − Extramedullary → Neurofibroma − Extradural MC → 2° (Secondaries) GIT − Gastric Adenoma → Antrum − Site of Inflammatory → Stomach polyp − Gastric carcinoma → Neurofibroma − Site of extra nodal → Stomach Lymphoma (GIST) − Site of Gastrinoma → Head of pancreas (Passaro)
  3. 3. To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org − Site of ZES Gastrinoma → Duodenum in MEN − Esophagus → Benign – Leiomyoma Malignant- SCC (Mid 1 /3), AC (lower 1 /3) − Malignant → Adeno Carcinoma (Incisura angularis) − Stomach → B e n i gn → L e i o m y om a − S I → Benign → Adenoma (ampulla) → Malignant → Adeno Ca (ampulla) − LI → Adeno Ca → Sigmoid colon Eye − Mc intraocular tumor → Adult → Choroid melanoma → Child → Retinoblastoma − Mc Extraocular tumor → Rhabdomyosarcoma − Malignant Lid tumor → Basal Cell Carcinoma (lower medial Canthus) − Benign Lid tumor → (lower medial Canthus) − Child - Inherited tumor → Retinoblastoma • Tongue − Mc site → Lateral border of tongue Para Nasal Sinus − Benign → 1.Mc – Osteoma 2.Site - Frontal sinus − Malignant → 1.Mc - Squamous Cell Carcinoma 2. Site – Maxillary Sinus • Pleura Mc → Mesothelioma • Lung Mc tumor of post. Mediastinum → Neurofibroma Oesophagus Benign → Leiomyoma (fibroid) Malignant → SCC (mid 1/3), AC (lower 1/3)
  4. 4. To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org Stomach Benign → Adenomatous polyp Malignant → Adenocarcinoma [Incisora Angularis] • Gall Bladder Adenocarcinoma / Pharygian Cap [(Mc congenital) anomaly] • Pancreas Adenocarcinoma (head) • Small Intestine Adenocarcinoma • Skin Basal Cell Carcinoma (BCC) • Thyroid Papillary carcinoma of thyroid Bone MC tumor → Secondaries → i. Osteoblastic ii. Breast, Prostate iii. Osteolytic iv. Lung Most Common 1° tumor c multicentric → Ewing's Flat bones → Chondrosarcoma Miscellaneous − Undescended testes → Seminoma (PLAP +) − Post menopausal ovary → Thecoma − Si te of ur eth ral c anc er → Squ amous c ell Carci noma of Bulbo Membranous − Newborn → Sacro-coccygeal teratoma − Lymphoma of spleen → NHL Ovary Pitutary Adrenal Benign → Dermoid cyst Prolactinoma Adult Pheochromocytoma Malignant → Dysgerminoma GH tumor Child-Neuroblastoma
  5. 5. To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org Soft Tissue Sarcoma (STS) − MC in extremity → MFH (Malignant Fibrous Histicytoma) − MC in Trunk → Retroperitoneal Liposarcoma − Mc site for dermato fibrosarcoma → Trunk − Site for ChondroSarcoma → Scapula / Sternum / Ribs (Chest) − Site for Enchondroma → Fingers (digits) [E = F] − Angiomyolipoma → TS [Tuberous sclerosis] − Liposarcoma → MC → Round cell type (dangerous → Pleomorphic) − RMS: MC Adult rhabdo myo → Pleomorphic sarcoma → Poor (Prognosis) − MC extra orbital tumor in → Embryonal variant of RMS children Oral Cavity − MC = oropharyngeal Ca → Buccal (India) → Lip (World/Solar) − MC site of cancer lip → Vermillion (LL) − Tongue → Lateral border − Check → Angle − Larynx → Glottis − Nasopharynx → Fossa of Rosen Muller − Ranula → Floor of mouth − Epulis → Root of teeth − Dentigerous cyst → Crown of unerupted (M3) (third molar) − Dental (Radicular) Cyst → Pulp (mandible) − MC type overall → SCC (In upper lip = BCC) − MC precancerous → Leukopla kia − Most Risky is → Redplakia (erythroplakia) − Ranula is a → sublingual (mucoid retention cyst) − MC L.N → Submandibular − Best prognosis → Lip cancer ENT − All ENT malignancies are squamous − Except Parotid → Mucoepidermoid carcinoma
  6. 6. To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org − Tonsil → Child – lymphoma → Adult - mucoepidermoid Carcinoma − Mc Benign tumor → Papilloma (Vestibule) − Site of Capillary → Little's area − Heamangioma − Cavernous Haemangioma → Inferior Turbinate − Malignant melanoma → Septum − Tumor of nasal cavity → Lateral wall → Squa mous Salivary (Female) MC → Major glands → 90% Benign → Pleomorphic → Cancer → Muco epidermoid carcinoma (MEC) M C → M i n o r → M a l i g n a n t ( 9 0 % ) → A C C (Adenoid cystic carcinoma cylindroma) → Hard palate − MC site → Parotid (superficial lobe) for muco epidermoid carcinoma For ACC → Minor salivary glands For SCC → Sub mandibular − Child → Benign → Pleomorphic (pre malignant) Malignant → Muco epidermoid Ca/ Acinic cell − ACC → Perineural invasion − MEC → MC malignant parotid (children) → MC radiation induced Summary − Pleomorphic adenoma → Parotid Submandibular also − Warthin → Parotid only − ACC → Minor only − MEC → Parotid − Acinic → Parotid only − SCC → Submandibular MC Cancers • MC type of odontogenic tumor : Ameloblastoma. • MC type of benign mandibular tumor : Ameloblastoma • MC type of lymphoma involving the head and neck region : Diffuse large B-cell lymphoma • MC tumor of the Minor Salivary glands : Adenoid Cystic Carcinoma • MC vascular tumor of orbit in children : Capillary Hemangioma.
  7. 7. To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org To download more of such useful resources and FREE Subjectwise MCQ Mobile Apps Please Visit www.medicoapps.org • MC intraocular malignant neoplasm in childhood : Retinoblastoma • MC orbital malignant neoplasm of childhood : Rhabdomyosarcoma. • MC intraorbital tumors found in adults : Melanoma • MC type of Pituitary adenomas : Prolactinoma • MC benign tumor of the larynx : Squamous papilloma • MC type of Sarcoma of the larynx : Chondrosarcoma. • MC breast tumor under age 25 years : Fibroadenoma • MC cardiac tumor in children : Rhabdomyoma. • MC cardiac valvular tumor : Papillary fibroelastoma • MC malignant tumor of the Heart : Angiosarcoma • MC malignant tumor affecting ribs of children + adolescents: Osteosarcoma • MC malignant neoplasm of diaphragm : Rhabdomyosarcoma • MC benign tumor of the lung : Hamartoma • MC Ca to arise from a thvroglossal duct cyst : Papillary carcinoma • MC GI neoplasm : Adenoma • MC GI tract location for primary extranodal lymphoma : Stomach(NHL type) • MC benign tumor of the small bowel : GIST • MC benign vascular gastric tumor : Glomus tumor of stomach. • MC type of Sarcoma of the liver : Angiosarcoma • MC malignant tumor of the Duodenum : Adenocarcinoma. • MC malignant tumor of the Small bowel : Adenocarcinoma • MC benign tumor of spleen : Hemangioma • MC malignant neoplasm of the spleen : Lymphoma. • MC glial spinal cord tumor in adults : Ependymoma • MC glial tumor with microcalcifications : Oligodendroglioma • MC gynecologic neoplasm : Uterine Leiomyoma • MC malignant abdominal neoplasm in children 1-8 years old: Wilms Tumor. • MC type of malignancy in undescended testis : Seminoma • MC malignant Testicular neoplasm : Non-sem inoma tous germ cell tumors • MC bilateral testicular tumor : Lymphoma • MC germ cell tumor associated with excessive hCG production: Choriocarcinoma. • MC malignant cause of bilateral global renal enlargement : Lymphoma. • MC malignant ovarian neoplasm : Serous adenocarcinoma. • MC malignant primary bone tumor in young adults and children : Osteosarcoma • MC malignant sex cord-stromal tumor : Granulosa cell tumor • MC intramedullary spinal neoplasm in adults : Ependymoma of Spinal Cord • MC intramedullary tumor in children : Astrocytoma • MC intravascular venous tumor : Leiomvosarcoma of P/C • MC in-utero renal tumor : Mesoblastic nephroma. • MC bladder neoplasm in children younger than 10 years : • Rhabdomyosarcoma • MC primary malignant orbital tumor in childhood : Rhabdomyosarcoma • MC type of liposarcoma to affect children : Myxoid liposarcoma
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Most Common (MC) Cancers Most Common Cancers Child - MC = Leukemia → Medulloblastoma Infant - MC = Hemangioma MC → testicular tumor → Yolk sac (infant) → Seminom (child) → Lymphoma (old) MC → tonsil tumor → Mucoepidermoid Carcinoma (adult) → Lymphoma – (child) MC → India → Oral cavity cancer Breast MC → India → death → Liver Cancer → Ca Cervix. Incidence 1. World → ♂ - Lung → ♀ - Breast 2. India → ♂ - Oral Cancer → ♀ - Breast 3. MC occupational cancer → skin cancer Deaths World → ♂ - Lung → ♀ - Breast India → ♂ - Oral Cancer → ♀ - Breast Metastases - MC site for secondaries → LN (Lymph Nodes) - 2nd MC site for secondaries → Liver - MC source for liver secondaries → colorectal - Source of Bone secondaries → 1. Prostate (male) 2. Breast (female) 3. Neuroblastoma (child) - Distal bones → 1. Bronchus 2. Bowel 3. Bladder - Male → 1. Lytic - Lung 2. Blastic → Prostate - Female → Lytic and blastic → Breast Breast MC – Disorder → Fibroadenosis Tumour → Fibroadenoma Cancer → Ductal/Schirrous Discharge → Ectasia Brain 1. MC tumour → 2° of Brain (MC source - SCC of Lung) 2. MC 1°tumour → 1. Adults → Glioblastoma ( = AVM) 2. Child → Medulloblastoma 3. 2nd MC 10 → Meningioma 4. MC tumour - Calcification → Craniopharyngioma - Worst prognosis → Glioblastoma - Best prognosis → Oligodendroglioma - DROP metastasis → Ependymoma - Immunocompromised → Primary CNS Lymphoma - Astro/Post fossa → Juvenile Pilocytic Astrocytoma (JPA) - Radiosensitive tumor → Medulloblastoma - NF-1 → Optic glioma - NF-2 → B/L Acoustic Schwanomna - VHL → Cerebellar Hemangioblastoma Spinal Cord - MC Benign → Meningiomas/Neurofibromas - 1° intramedullary → Ependymoma - Extramedullary → Neurofibroma - Extradural MC → 2° (Secondaries) GIT - Gastric Adenoma → Antrum - Site of Inflammatory → Stomach polyp - Gastric carcinoma → Neurofibroma - Site of extra nodal → Stomach Lymphoma (GIST) - Site of Gastrinoma → Head of pancreas (Passaro) - Site of ZES Gastrinoma → Duodenum in MEN - Esophagus → Benign – Leiomyoma Malignant- SCC (Mid 1 /3), AC (lower 1 /3) - Malignant → Adeno Carcinoma (Incisura angularis) - Stomach → Benign → Leiomyoma - SI → Benign → Adenoma (ampulla) → Malignant → Adeno Ca (ampulla) - LI → Adeno Ca → Sigmoid colon Eye - Mc intraocular tumor → Adult → Choroid melanoma → Child → Retinoblastoma - Mc Extraocular tumor → Rhabdomyosarcoma - Malignant Lid tumor → Basal Cell Carcinoma (lower medial Canthus) - Benign Lid tumor → (lower medial Canthus) - Child - Inherited tumor → Retinoblastoma • Tongue - Mc site → Lateral border of tongue Para Nasal Sinus - Benign → 1.Mc – Osteoma 2.Site - Frontal

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