Saturday, June 19, 2010

Organs Against Cancer Markers

There are several tumor markers that can be examined to detect cancer, as follows:
- Esophageal cancer: CEA (carcinoembrionic antigen), SCC (cell squamos crcinonoma)
- Cancer nasopharyng: EBV, IgA, VCA
- Lung Cancer: NSE (neuron specific enolase), CYFRA 21-1, SCC, CEA, TPS
- Thyroid Cancer: tiroglobulin, calcitonin
- Gastric cancer: CA 72-4, CEA (carcinoembrionic antigen), CA19-19
- Colon Cancer: CEA (carcinoembrionic antigen), CA19-9
- Pancreatic cancer: CA 19-9, CEA (carcinoembrionic antigen)
- Bile duct cancer: CA-19
- Cancer hepatoma: AFP (Alpha Feto Protein), CEA (carcinoembrionic antigen)
- Breast Cancer: CEA, CA 15-3, MCA (mucin like carcinoma antigen)
- Cancer of the uterus: B-hCG (beta human chorionic gonadotropin), CEA
- Ovarian Cancer: CA 125, CA 72-4, CEA, LAI (leucocytes adherence inhibition test)
- Cervical cancer: SCC, CEA (carcinoembrionic antigen)
- Prostate Cancer: PSA (prostate specific antigen)
- Testicular cancer: AFP, B-hCG
- Bladder cancer: CYFRA 21-1, TPA
- Cancer of bone: alkaline phosphatase (SAP), lactate dihydrogenase (LDH)
- Multiple myeloma: Bence-Jones protein

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