This video is an excerpt from my one-day dermpath course in Paris, France, on October 8, 2021, for the Academie Internationale …
Alternative Medicine Practitioner Singapore – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others#alternativemedicinepractitioner #alternativemedicinepractitionernearme #alternativemedicinepractitionersingapore00:00 – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others?01:10 – Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer01:56 – There are three types of skin cancers – basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma04:42 – People who have fair skin and light hair (redheads) are at a higher risk for developing skin cancers03:24 – Older people who spend time outdoors without sunscreen also increase their chances of getting more aggressive forms of skin cancer 04:03 – Those with a history or genetic predisposition to other cancers may be more likely to develop different kinds of skin cancers04:59 – Other factors that can lead to increased risk include sunburns05:28 – Alternative Medicine Practitioner Singaporehttps://drthomaslodi.com/https://maps.google.com/maps?ll=1.314…https://www.facebook.com/DrThomasLodihttps://www.instagram.com/drthomaslodi/Singapore+66612519786https://goo.gl/maps/BVAP2s1NT5tm7hCd8Alternative Medicine Practitioner Singapore – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than othersWhy do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others?Skin cancers are caused by exposure to ultraviolet radiation from the sun or other sources. The most common types of skin cancers are basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma. All three can occur on any part of your body that is exposed to the sun. Basal and squamous cell carcinomas usually appear as a raised bump with an ulcerated center (proud flesh). Melanomas often begin as a mole that grows in diameter; this type should be checked immediately by a dermatologist because it may represent one’s first warning sign for more serious problems such as eye cataracts or kidney stones.Skin cancer is the most common form of cancerSkin cancer is the most common form of cancer. The number of people affected by skin cancer is expected to increase in upcoming years due to population growth and increased exposure to UV radiation from sunlight. Skin cancers are also on the rise because many people don’t take sun protection seriously, spending time outdoors without sunscreen or seeking shade when appropriate.There are three types of skin cancers – basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma Basal cell carcinoma, squamous cell carcinoma, and melanoma are three different types of skin cancers. They can all be cured through surgery or other treatments if detected early enough. Basal cell carcinomas appear as waxy lumps on the skin that may look like pimples or cysts; they are typically flesh-colored with a pink tinge to them. Squamous cells form scaly patches of thickened, dry skin which is often itchy but not painful; these spots usually grow in size over time before they need to be removed surgically. People who have fair skin and light hair (redheads) are at a higher risk for developing skin cancersPeople who have fair skin and light hair (redheads) are at a higher risk for developing skin cancers because they do not produce as much natural protection from UV rays as those with darker skin tones. This is because certain types of cells in their body called melanocytes, which produce melanin pigment that acts as a natural sunblock, are less active than in people with dark complexions. Older people who spend time outdoors without sunscreen also increase their chances of getting more aggressive forms of skin cancer This is because the sun can damage cells in our skin, and over time this will result in a greater risk for developing skin cancers. This includes squamous cell carcinoma, basal cell carcinoma, and melanoma. Those with a history or genetic predisposition to other cancers may be more likely to develop different kinds of skin cancersExposure to the sun’s UV rays is a known cause of skin cancer. However, people with family histories or genetic predispositions may be more susceptible to developing different kinds of cancers than others. Other factors that can lead to increased risk include sunburnsSun damage is a serious issue, so it’s important to understand the different factors that can lead to increased risk. Sunburns are one of these factors, but they’re not the only ones.#alternativemedicinepractitioner #alternativemedicinepractitionernearme #alternativemedicinepractitionersingaporeAlternative Medicine Practitioner Singapore – Why do some people get more aggressive skin cancers than others
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Dr. Rajiv Agarwal, who is Professor of Medicine at Indiana University of School of Medicine in Indianapolis, IN, and a global leader in clinical hypertension research, discusses findings of his CLICK study, which tests the antihypertensive effects of chlorthalidone in patients with chronic kidney disease (CKD) stage G 4. The interview was recorded on December 13st, 2021. Moderators: Prof. Dr. Marcus Säemann (Vienna, Austria), Anja Scheuer (Frankfurt, Germany), Prof. Dr. Gunnar Heine (Frankfurt / Homburg, Germany)Articles discussed:Chlorthalidone for Hypertension in Advanced Chronic Kidney DiseaseAgarwal et al., NEJM 2021https://www.nejm.org/doi/full/10.1056/NEJMoa2110730Hypertension in hemodialysis patients treated with atenolol or lisinopril: a randomized controlled trialAgarwal et al., ndt 2014https://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC3938300/Spironolactone and chlorthalidone—old drugs, new uses—but approach with cautionAgarwal, ndt 2021https://academic.oup.com/ndt/advance-article/doi/10.1093/ndt/gfab328/6448496Chlorthalidone Versus Hydrochlorothiazide: A New Kind of Veterans Affairs Cooperative StudyLederle et al., Annals of Internal Medicinehttps://www.acpjournals.org/doi/10.7326/M16-1208Long-Term Space Flight Simulation Reveals Infradian Rhythmicity in Human Na+ BalanceRakova et al., Cell Metabolism 2013https://www.cell.com/cell-metabolism/fulltext/S1550-4131(12)00491-3?_returnURL=https%3A%2F%2Flinkinghub.elsevier.com%2Fretrieve%2Fpii%2FS1550413112004913%3Fshowall%3Dtrue Hydrochlorothiazide use and risk of nonmelanoma skin cancer: A nationwide case-control study from DenmarkPedersen et al., J Am Acad Dermatol 2018https://www.jaad.org/article/S0190-9622(17)32741-X/fulltext
Pilar or trichilemmal cysts are similar to epidermoid cysts in that they both are filled with keratin and have the same presentation. However, pilar cysts are formed from the lining of a hair follicle and are most common on the scalp.–Dr. Jochen specializes in Mohs Surgery for skin cancer removal, facial rejuvenation including cosmetic laser technology, Botox®, and facial fillers, soft tissue augmentation, leg and facial vein treatment, tumescent liposuction, and hair restoration/transplants.Follow us on:💙 Instagram – https://www.instagram.com/contourderm/💙 Pinterest – https://www.pinterest.com/contourderm760/💙 Facebook – https://www.facebook.com/ContourDermatology
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CLASSIFICATION OF JAW SWELLINGS –A)Arising form the mucoperiosteum i.e. Epulis. There are five varieties of Epullis – i) Fibrous ii) Granulomatousiii) Myeloid iv) Sacromatousiv) Carcinomatous B) Arising from tooth germ i.e. odontomes. The different varieties are – 1) Epithelial odontomes (i.e. arising from epithelium elements)i) Dental cystii) Dentigerous cystiii) Adamantinoma 2) Connective tissue odontomes (i.e. arising from connective tissue elements) -Rarei) Fibrous odontome.ii) Cementomes iii) Sarcomatous odontomes 3) Composite odontomes (i.e. arising from both epithelial and connective tissue elements)Extremely rarei) Radicular odontome. ii) Compound Follicular odontome iii) Complex composite odontome C) Osseous tumours –any bone tumour can affect the jaws. But there are few bone tumours, which occur more often in the jaws. These are discussed later in this chapter.D) Inflammatory group –i) Alveolar abscessii) Osteomyelitis iii) Actinomycosis EPULIS -The word ‘Epulis’ is an old term which means ‘upon the gum’. So ‘epulis’ is a swelling situated on the gum. It arises form the alveolar margin of the jaw. It can originate form the bone the periosteum or the mucous membrane. The different varieties are described below.Fibrous Epulis –It is the most common of all the varieties of epulis. It arises from the periosteum at the neck of an incisor or premolar tooth. As it grows, it separates the teeth and ultimately loosens them. PATHOLOGY –It is fibroma and is composed of fusiform cells with many new blood vessels. CLINICAL FEATURES –i)It is a firm nodule at the junction of the gum and tooth.ii)It becomes polypoid in shape.iii)It is slow growing tumour. iv)It is often seen in relation to the incisor or premolar tooth.v)It is not tender.vi)The adjacent teeth may be slightly separated and be loosen.vii)Draining lymph nodes are not enlarged.COMPLICATIONS –i) It may undergo malignant change – fibrosarcoma. Then it looks soft red. It grows rapidly and often bleeds.ii) It may recur after excision if its root not thoroughly excised.TREATMENT –Excision is the treatment of choice. Adjacent tooth or teeth and resection of a wedge of bone with its root must be performed to prevent recurrence.ODONTOMES- Odontomes are cysts or tumours arising form the epithelial or mesothelial elements from the tooth germs. In the development of the tooth, downward extension of epithelium takes place which later forms the enamel organ. DENTAL CYST (Syn. Radicular cyst, periodontal cyst) -This is the most common of all the odontomes. It is associated with chronically infected pulpless tooth.DENTIGEROUS CYST (SYN. Follicular odontome or cyst) –This cyst is usually associated with non–erupted permanent tooth. The swelling consists of a cyst containing a tooth, most commonly an upper or a lower third molar tooth lying obliquely in the cyst with viscid fluid.OSSEOUS TUMOURS BENINGN TUMOURS –a) Fibro- osseous group b) Paget’s disease (this may not be considered as a typical tumour )c) Osteoclastoma.d) Giant –cell reparative granulation.MALIGNANT TUMOURS OF THE MAXILLA -a) Osteosarcoma b) Columnar cell carcinoma of the maxillary antrum.c) Squamous cell carcinoma derived from epithelium overlying the hard palate, tooth socket or the gum.d) Invasion of the maxilla by sarcoma of the ethmoid.e) Burkitt’s tumour.MALIGNANT TUMOURS OF THE MANDIBLE –a) Primary malignant neoplasm is extremely rare.b) Secondary malignant neoplasm may occur from –i) carcinoma of the tongue,ii) floor of the mouth, iii) carcimoma of the lip,iv) metastatic involvement of the facial lymph nodes. which lie injuxtaposition of the mandible near the groove for the facial artery.OSTEOSARCOMA OF THE JAW Maxilla is more affected, particularly the maxillary antrum, whose prognosis is the worst. The best progress is seen in lesions of the mandibular symphysis. Cases of parosteal osteosarcoma has also been reported. It affects mostly the anterior aspect of the jaw, but the condition soon shows itself on the inferior or palatal surface.Pathology – MALIGNANT NEOPLASM OF THE MADNDIBLE There is hardly any primary malignant neoplasm of the mandible. Mandible is sometimes directly involved from advanced cancer of the tongue, floor of the mouth, carcinoma of the lip and from metastatic facial lymph facial lymph nodes. Treatment – Surgery is the main treatment as radiotherapy causes necrosis of the mandible. The growth is resected alongwith a healthy portion of mandible on both sides. Hemimandibulectomy may also be performed according to the extent of involvement of the mandible. The gap is made good by prosthesis or bone graft.ALVELOLAR ABSCESS – Alveolar abscess, when occurs from the milk tooth, can affect jaw; but when it occurs from permanent tooth, usually the lower jaw is involved, particularly the molar tooth.
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A dolphin is getting treatment for cancer at Chicago’s Brookfield Zoo after returning there from a facility in Florida in September.
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