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What is Mucinous carcinoma?

What is Mucinous carcinoma?

  • Mucinous carcinoma: Mucinous carcinoma is a type of invasive ductal carcinoma. Its distinguishing feature is mucous production. Within the mucous are cancerous cells that are often poorly differentiated, which means that the cells look less like normal cells than well-defined ones.

Mucinous carcinoma: Introduction

Types of Mucinous carcinoma:

Broader types of Mucinous carcinoma:

How serious is Mucinous carcinoma?

Complications of Mucinous carcinoma: see complications of Mucinous carcinoma

What causes Mucinous carcinoma?

Causes of Mucinous carcinoma: see causes of Mucinous carcinoma

What are the symptoms of Mucinous carcinoma?

Symptoms of Mucinous carcinoma: see symptoms of Mucinous carcinoma

Complications of Mucinous carcinoma: see complications of Mucinous carcinoma

Onset of Mucinous carcinoma: Mostly between 50- 70 years of age.

Mucinous carcinoma: Testing

Diagnostic testing: see tests for Mucinous carcinoma.

Misdiagnosis: see misdiagnosis and Mucinous carcinoma.

How is it treated?

Doctors and Medical Specialists for Mucinous carcinoma: Oncologist ; see also doctors and medical specialists for Mucinous carcinoma.
Treatments for Mucinous carcinoma: see treatments for Mucinous carcinoma
Research for Mucinous carcinoma: see research for Mucinous carcinoma

Name and Aliases of Mucinous carcinoma

Main name of condition: Mucinous carcinoma

Other names or spellings for Mucinous carcinoma:

Colloid carcinoma


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