Serous carcinoma

What is Serous carcinoma?

In pathology, serous carcinoma is an epithelial malignancy (carcinoma) that arises from the lining of a cavity that produces a serum-like fluid (a serous cavity).

Serous lined cavities include the peritoneum, pericardium and pleural space and tunica vaginalis.

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Yes. My mom is 81, just had stage 2 ovarian cancer removed (10.0 cm maximum dimension). Papillary serous carcinoma. (NO.... 125 number available)....

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Hello,
Thanks for posting your query.
Your mother has papillary serous carcinoma- infilterating type. Lymph nodes have not been removed during the...

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Feb. 08 I was diagnosed with epithelial low grade serous carcinoma 3c. I underwent debunking, removal of my appendix, momentum, had my bladder and...

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Epithilial low grade serouse carcinoma is less malignant. All possible treatment have been given. Monitoring should be done by oncologist. His...

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Is it true that if I have my gall bladder removed I am at a higher risk for cancer...I am Lynch Syndrome positive and my mom died of colon...

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Hi, dear
I have gone through your question. I can understand your concern.
First of all gall bladder removal has no relation with cancer risk so...

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Is it true that if I have my gall bladder removed I am at a higher risk for cancer...I am Lynch Syndrome positive and my mom died of colon...

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Feb. 08 I was diagnosed with epithelial low grade serous carcinoma 3c. I underwent debunking, removal of my appendix, momentum, had my bladder and...

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Yes. My mom is 81, just had stage 2 ovarian cancer removed (10.0 cm maximum dimension). Papillary serous carcinoma . (NO.... 125 number available)....

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