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Thyroid Cancer
...  the removal of the thyroid. It is very seldom that chemotherapy is needed to treat thyroid cancer. Thyroid cancer has different classifications based on their histopathological characteristics. papillary thyroid cancer, often found in young females and comprises 75%-85% of all cases Follicular thyroid cancer, comprising 10-20 percent of all cases Medullary thyroid cancer, comprising 5-8  ...

Endometrial Carcinoma
...  one suffered by post-menopausal women is the Type II Endometrial Carcinoma. Unlike the previous type, this has a poorer prognosis. This is because any one of three diseases can occur, namely Uterine papillary Serous Carcinoma, High-Grade Endometroed Cancer and Uterine Clear Cell Carcinoma. This type, fortunately, is limited only to African-American women. This cancer has many more subtypes. The  ...

Salivary Glands
...  that transport the saliva into the oral cavity line along the sublingual glands, which are referred to as the Rivinus’ ducts or the sublingual ducts. These ducts deposit the saliva behind the papilla of the submandibular duct. Secretory cells in the body are of two types. Both are found in every salivary gland, but the amount of the two vary. Serous cells, one of the two types, produce  ...

Small Intestine
...  the small intestine known as the ampulla of Vater or the hepatopancreatic ampulla. This admission point makes it possible for the duodenum to empty the bile and pancreatic fluid from the duodenal papilla into the small intestine. The amount of fluids admitted into the small intestine is regulated by the sphincter of ampulla (also called the sphincter of Oddi). It does that by opening or  ...

Tongue
...  because of the connective structure known as the lingual frenulum. This connection is done at the mid-line and it’s attached to the anterior portion with the tongue meeting the mouth floor. papillae, upraised masses, are found on the tongue’s surface. They help with the manipulation of food inside the mouth. There are three kinds of papillae, each having its service value. The one  ...


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