Journal of Neoplasm

About Journal of Neoplasm

The living body is made up of cells that develop, proliferate and undergo apoptosis in a systematic manner. In certain cases, unusual behavior of cell is observed, which is termed as neoplasm. Neoplasm or neoplasia refers to the rapid, uncontrolled and abnormal growth of cells or tissues in the body. Neoplastic tumor can be benign or malignant. Benign neoplasm neither grows vigorously nor invades the surrounding body tissues. Thus, benign neoplasm is less fatal, though can kill a person depending on its size. On the other hand, malignant neoplasm has the property of invasion and metastasis. Malignant neoplasms are precisely cancerous.
The Journal is using Editorial Manager System for quality in peer review process. Editorial Manager is an online manuscript submission and single- blind review system. Review processing is performed by the Editorial Board members of Journal of Neoplasm or outside experts; at least two independent reviewers approval followed by editor approval is required for acceptance of any citable manuscript. Authors may submit manuscripts and track their progress through the system, hopefully to publication. Reviewers can download manuscripts and submit their opinions to the editor. Editors can manage the whole submission/review/revise/publish process.
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Aims and Scope

Journal of Neoplasm is a scientific open access journal that specifies and describes the development activities conducted in the field of oncology and cancer research. This journal encompasses the study of genetic and molecular analysis of the uncertain behavior of cells or neoplasm which will facilitate the specific pathologic diagnosis. It provides the stage to discuss the necessary modifications and advancements in the domain of cancer.

Journal of Neoplasm aims to assemble and reserve precise, specific, detailed data on neoplasm. The journal aims to publish research, review, short communication, case studies related to cancer. Thus, providing the readers appropriate information through free access and promote the awareness among people.

The wide scope of the journal will aid in contributing a great measure of scientific information related to the advances in cancer medicine.

Authors are encouraged to submit their research and clinical advances in a form of research, review, short communication, case studies.

Basal Cell Carcinoma

Basal Cell Carcinoma or BCC is the cancer which is caused due to the unrestricted growth in the skin’s basal cells, i.e., the outermost layer of the skin. BCC appears on the skin in the form of open sores, red patches, pink growths or scars. It lacks the property of metastasis.

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Benign Neoplasm

Benign neoplasm is the mass of slow growing localized tumor. The property of metastasis, i.e., to invade surrounding tissues and spread to the distant sites is absent in the benign neoplasm. Therefore, it is said to be non- cancerous. Some kinds of benign neoplasms are adenoma, fibroma, hemangioma and lipoma.

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Cancer

Cancer is a disease in which cells at a particular site grows and proliferate in an abnormal, rapid and unsystematic manner in the body which results in the destruction of the healthy body tissues. Cancer can be Benign or Malignant depending on its property of invasion.

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Carcinoid Syndrome

Carcinoid syndrome refers to the group of symptoms produced by cancer cells that release large amounts of hormones, which cause facial flushing, wheezing, diarrhea, a fast heartbeat, and other symptoms.

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Cellular Abnormalities

Cellular abnormality is the deviation or malformation from the typical phenomenon. There are situations when body cells show abnormality in cell multiplication and proliferation. This can be due to the mutation in the genes of the cell.

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Histoid Neoplasm

Histoid neoplasm represents the older term for a neoplasm. It is characterized by a cytohistologic pattern that nearly resembles the tissue from which the neoplastic cells are derived.

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In Situ Neoplasms

In situ neoplasm is a pre-malignant state in which the growth of neoplastic tumor has not spread to surrounding or distant tissue in the body and is still restricted to the site from which it started. If not cured for long time can turn into cancer.

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Malignant Neoplasm

Malignant neoplasm is mass of non-localized cell. These cells generally have a high rate of proliferation. Malignant neoplasm exhibits the property of invasion and metastasis. It involves the destruction of surrounding and distant body tissue.

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Neoplasia

Neoplasia refers to the abnormal and unusual growth of the cells in the living body. This abnormality in the cell growth leads to the production of mass of cell that leads to tumor formation.

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Neoplastic Fever

Neoplast fever is also known as tumor fever. It is a fever that arises wholly due to the influence of malignancy. The production of neoplastic fever involves cytokines such as tumor necrosis factor (TNF), interleukins 1 and 6 (IL-1, IL-6) and interferon (IFN) that is produced either by host macrophages in response to tumor or by the tumor itself.

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Oncogene

Oncogene is the mutated gene which when get expressed at abnormal level converts normal cell into cancer cell which undergo uncontolled mitoisis.

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Organoid Neoplasm

Organoid neoplasm is a neoplasm whose molecular and cellular construction resembles the organ in the body. The mass of unusual proliferated cell leads to the formation of organ that appears similar to the organ system in the body.

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Seborrhoeic Warts

Seborrhoeic warts are also known as seborrhoeic keratosis. Seborrhoeic warts are non-cancerous excrescence that occurs on the skin. They usually look like slimy or crusty spots on the skin.

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Solar Keratoses

Solar keratosis is also called actinic keratosis. It is related to fatal skin condition due to the excessive exposure to Ultraviolet Radiation (UVR) from the sun. It is usually rough, scaly, crusty patches on sun-exposed areas such as the head and face. In the case, if it is left uncured, it may eventually turn into skin cancer.

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Squamous Cell Carcinoma

Squamous cell carcinoma is a form of skin cancer that arises in the thin, flat squamous cells that is the part of the skin. Squamous cell carcinoma of the skin is usually not life-threatening but it should be treated so as to avoid the possibility of spreading to other parts of the body.

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Tumor

A Tumor is also known as a neoplasm. It is an abnormal mass of tissue which may be solid or fluid-filled. A tumor is a kind of lump or swelling. It can be benign or malignant. The size of a tumor varies tremendously. Cancer stem cells play a major role in the growth of tumor.

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