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    anal cancer

  • Basic information about this type of cancer is available, as well as information on staging and treatment.
  • Cancer that forms in tissues of the anus. The anus is the opening of the rectum (last part of the large intestine) to the outside of the body.
  • Anal cancer is a type of cancer which arises from the anus, the distal orifice of the gastrointestinal tract. It is a distinct entity from the more common colorectal cancer. The etiology, risk factors, clinical progression, staging, and treatment are all different.

    pictures

  • (picture) a visual representation (of an object or scene or person or abstraction) produced on a surface; “they showed us the pictures of their wedding”; “a movie is a series of images projected so rapidly that the eye integrates them”
  • A painting or drawing
  • A photograph
  • (pictural) pictorial: pertaining to or consisting of pictures; “pictorial perspective”; “pictorial records”
  • (picture) visualize: imagine; conceive of; see in one’s mind; “I can’t see him on horseback!”; “I can see what will happen”; “I can see a risk in this strategy”
  • A portrait

anal cancer pictures – Kicking Cancer

Kicking Cancer in the Butt: Thriving In Spite of Anal Cancer
Kicking Cancer in the Butt: Thriving In Spite of Anal Cancer
Cancer has the ability to make the best of us panic stricken and fearful or it can become the turning point in our lives, helping us to transform into courageous, grateful, and more alive spiritual beings. Specifically, this book is about the type of cancer I was diagnosed with which is cloacogenic carcinoma; however, many of the ideas and suggestions will apply to the various types of anal and rectal cancer, as well as all other forms of cancer. Please keep in mind that I am not a doctor or nurse. The suggestions in this book are from my experience (and those of my online friends from BlogForACure.com) and what’s worked well for us. I’ve written the book in three parts – Before, During, and After – so you can jump ahead to whatever stage is applicable to your situation. This book is also written for your friends and family to help them know how to support you (if you’re the one with the cancer diagnosis).

Pet of the Week – Jesse

Pet of the Week - Jesse
Dear VCA,

I am submitting a picture of my happy, handsome, smart and the most loveable
dog that anyone could ever meet. His name is Jesse. He is a 10 1/2 year
old who I rescued when he was 2 1/2 and was named Kissy. He is an
australian shepherd and chocolate lab mix. He was diagnosed with lymphoma
in January 2010 and later that year diagnosed with adenocarcinoma in the
anal sac. He has undergone 2 rounds of chemotherapy in the last 19 months
along with maintenance chemotherapy and responded well, going into remission
each time. VCA of Gaithersburg, MD has taken care of him with kindness and
love for which I’m very grateful for. During these times of remission,
Jesse has been his happy self and has had a wonderful quality of life. In
fact, no one can even believe he has cancer. He has enjoyed his weekend
hikes in the woods with his sister Sadie (a golden retriever), car rides,
biscuits, belly rubs, and meeting and greeting new friends and dogs with
wags and kisses. He has now climbed mountains during remission, surfed at
the beach, and just loved life. After finishing his chemotherapy, we tried
2 different types of pills to stop his adenocarcinoma. Unfortunately, he
did not respond well to the first type, so we tried the next. The other
day from his regular vet, we found out his red blood count and platelets
were low and was retaining fluid in his abdomen. Yesterday, VCA did an
ultrasound and gave me the sad news. He now has a third cancer, a ruptured
splenic hemanglosarcoma and only has days left, maybe a week. We are so sad
that he has only a little time left with us, but we know that Jesse has
touched many hearts with his.

– Sue Wooten

P.S. Jesse has his own facebook page — Jesse Wooten or
JesseBearWooten@gmail.com

4/21/2008

Okay, so recently I realized that I had stuck all the Polaroid shots taken at our wedding into an album; and by stuck, I mean, LITERALLY STUCK, before scanning them. Very odd for such an anal girl like me. Anyway, being that I’m obsessed with Polas lately and the fact that our anniversary is coming up, I decided scanning said stuck photos was in order. Rocky decided the photo album was a good place to rest his head. Granted, by the time I took the picture, he had moved and I caught him mid-yawn. Typical. Let me tell you, finding Rocky napping on our wedding album was one of The Cutest Things Ever. Take this photo and Imagine It. For Real.

Oh, and for those of you following Rocky’s health issues, here’s the latest…as it turns out the lab tests were not mistaken, Rocky actually does have abnormally low glucose levels. This could mean nothing or it could mean tumors or cancer or things that I would rather not be hearing about my cat. As a result, they are doing a blood panel on his blood work and tomorrow, in addition to checking out his heart, they are also going to check out his abdomen. Have to say, not so thrilled about this news. Please think good thoughts for Rocky. I mean, he’s acting perfectly normal at home so here’s hoping all these tests are for naught!

anal cancer pictures

What You Always Wanted To Know About Anal Cancer
“What You Always Wanted To Know About…” are fully researched, straight-to-the-point, easily understandable and most comprehensive medical guides for everybody.
Whether you are just interested in the topic of the referring book or you are directly affected by it, these books can really help you with the information you need.
Compiled by medical professionals and fully structured, this is your step toward new insights and informations.

The contents of this book:

General Information About Anal Cancer
Stages of Anal Cancer
Stage 0 (Carcinoma in Situ)
Stage I
Stage II
Stage IIIA
Stage IIIB
Stage IV
Recurrent Anal Cancer
Treatment Option Overview
Radiation therapy
Chemotherapy
Surgery
Treatment Options by Stage
Stage 0 (Carcinoma in Situ)
Stage I Anal Cancer
Stage II Anal Cancer
Stage IIIA Anal Cancer
Stage IIIB Anal Cancer
Stage IV Anal Cancer

“What You Always Wanted To Know About…” are fully researched, straight-to-the-point, easily understandable and most comprehensive medical guides for everybody.
Whether you are just interested in the topic of the referring book or you are directly affected by it, these books can really help you with the information you need.
Compiled by medical professionals and fully structured, this is your step toward new insights and informations.

The contents of this book:

General Information About Anal Cancer
Stages of Anal Cancer
Stage 0 (Carcinoma in Situ)
Stage I
Stage II
Stage IIIA
Stage IIIB
Stage IV
Recurrent Anal Cancer
Treatment Option Overview
Radiation therapy
Chemotherapy
Surgery
Treatment Options by Stage
Stage 0 (Carcinoma in Situ)
Stage I Anal Cancer
Stage II Anal Cancer
Stage IIIA Anal Cancer
Stage IIIB Anal Cancer
Stage IV Anal Cancer