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Cancers are classified in two ways: by the type of tissue in which the cancer originates histological type and by primary site , or the location in the body where the cancer first developed. This section introduces you to the first method: cancer classification based on histological type.
Cells and extracellular matrix ECM components represent the multifaceted and dynamic environment that distinguishes each organ. Cancer is characterized by the dysregulation of the composition and structure of the tissues, giving rise to the tumor milieu. In this review, we focus on the microenvironmental analysis of colorectal cancer CRC and rhabdomyosarcoma RMS , two different solid tumors. Following the example of the more complete CRC microenvironmental characterization, we collected and organized data on RMS for a better awareness of how tissue remodeling affects disease progression. For many years, the cellular compartment has been considered the main target both to classify the disease and to develop a therapy. However, in the past two decades, the role of the non-cellular part, the extracellular matrix ECM , has been taken into consideration as a key element that, together with cells, contributes in TME building 1.
Skip to Content. This is the first page of Cancer. Use the menu to see other pages. Think of that menu as a roadmap for this complete guide. The adult human skeletal system is made up of bones. Bones protect the internal organs, allow people to stand upright, and attach to muscles, which allow movement. Bones are connected to other bones by bands of tough, fibrous tissue called ligaments.
Carcinomas are cancers that develop in epithelial cells, which cover the internal organs and outer surfaces of your body. Sarcomas are cancers that develop in mesenchymal cells, which make up both your bones and soft tissues, such as muscles, tendons, and blood vessels.
This page is about the different types of cancer according to the type of cell they start from. You can read about. They are very similar. But vary in some ways because body organs do very different things.
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