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Pediatric Oncology

Toni Blair, MSN, RN, CPNP-AC

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3.malignancy of muscle, or striated tissue, most often occurring periorbitally in children
5.presence of giant multinucleated cells is the hallmark of Hodgkin disease
6.urine may turn _______ as the tumor cells are filtered through the kidneys
9.age group with highest incidence of osteosarcoma
10.most chemotherapy medications are calculated using this method
13.most common presenting s/s of leukemia are fever, excessive bruising, pallor, LAD, HSM, and ______________.
14.unexplained weight loss of more than 10% body weight in the preceding 6 months, unexplained fevers > 38° C (100.4° F), and night sweats are classified as ______________________ related to Hodgkin’s disease.
17.abdominal tumor that does not cross the midline
18.cat’s eye reflex found in children with retinoblastoma
20.lab test results that correlate with osteoblastic activity and is useful in monitoring response to therapy in osteosarcoma
22.elevated WBC
24.treatment plan listing medications, dosages, and how frequently they will be given, as well as, the diagnostic tests and follow-up studies to be performed
27.bone marrow suppression results in anemia, thrombocytopenia, and ____________.
29.major problem associated with allogeneic transplants (abbreviation)
31.bone cancer that does not respond well to radiation
32.before induction chemotherapy, allopurinol and IVF with sodium bicarbonate are given to decrease serum uric acid level and ___________ the urine.
33.most common side effect of radiation
34.stem cell transplant using the patient’s own stem cells
1.term for medication given into the spinal column
2.confirmatory test for leukemia
4.tumor cells not removed by surgery
7.malignant tumor of the embryonic neural retina
8.immature WBCs
10.most common solid tumor in children
11.early morning _______ and vomiting are hallmark s/s of brain tumors
12.medication given to kill cancer cells
15.procedure used to evaluate CNS involvement
16.urine catecholamine levels are elevated in 95% of patients with this type of cancer
19.syndrome that occurs during induction chemotherapy that is characterized by hyperkalemia, hyperuricemia, hyperphosphatemia, and hypocalcemia
21.children with asplenia, ideally, should have the meningococcal, H flu type B, and _____________ vaccines.
23.greatest concern during the time of bone marrow suppression.
25.production of WBCs, RBCs, and platelets from the transplantation of normal cells is evidence the marrow has been _________ or accepted by the body.
26.do not palpate the _______ when a Wilm’s tumor is suspected
28.most common form of cancer in children < 15 yr
30.primary organ for metastases in osteosarcoma and Ewing’s sarcoma

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