Flashcards in Pediatrics Deck (23):
Which of the following cancers would most likely be seen in a child?
Children are most likely to develop which type of leukemia?
Ewing sarcomas are cancers of which organ?
Rhabdomyosarcomas are cancers of which organ?
Successful treatment of Langerhans cell histiocytosis requires what dose?
400 to 1200 cGy
Treatment of rhabdomyosarcoma with radiation therapy is most effective when the cancer is located in the _______________.
The craniospinal treatment technique is used to treat what specific type of pediatric cancer?
Which pediatric cancer is closely associated to nephroblastomatoses?
Trilateral retinoblastoma includes cancer of which other cranial structure?
What is the most common presenting symptom of a soft tissue sarcoma of the extremity?
What is the most common intracranial tumor in children?
Which pediatric cancer has the best overall survival?
Which area is least likely to develop rhabdomyosarcoma?
Head and Neck
Which pediatric cancer spreads through the cerebrospinal fluid (CSF)?
Which pediatric cancer occurs in the sympathetic nervous system ganglia?
Which pediatric cancer occurs in the testes and ovaries?
Germ Cell Tumor
Wilms’ tumors are cancers of which organ?
Medulloblastomas typically begin in which area of the brain?
Which pediatric brain tumor often mimics medulloblastomas?
To what dose are medulloblastomas traditionally treated?
The most common pediatric cancer is _________________.
Keloids may be treated by surgical resection and adjuvant radiation therapy to doses of ____________ cGy.
900 to 1200