Tumor Biology

Tumors are accumulations of abnormal tissue that produce lumps or masses and has no purposeful function. They can originate in any one of the trillions of cells in our bodies. Tumors grow and behave differently, depending on whether they are cancerous or non-cancerous. For the measurement of tumor state outwardly using tissue samples for the study, researchers have revealed a technique based on magnetic resonance imaging of entire body segments. This technique is using for the measurement of proton nuclear resonance dispersion profiles in low magnetic fields, which exposes the water exchange rate of the tumor cells. Thus, tumor growth can be observed rapidly and noninvasively.

Whenever we used high-field MRI using clinically,  It can produce images of tumors with excellent and superior spatial resolution. The images are obtained by a fixed magnetic field and expose relevant data on the tumor morphology.

 

 

  • Benign
  • Premalignant
  • Malignant
  • Cell growth and division absent the proper signals
  • Continuous growth and division even given contrary signals
  • Avoidance of programmed cell death
  • Limitless number of cell divisions
  • Promoting blood vessel construction
  • Invasion of tissue and formation of metastases

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Global Summit on Radiation Therapy & Targeted Tumors

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