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Question Malignancy for MIBG scan

While bathing her 2-year-old daughter, her mother notices that the girl’s abdomen felt swollen. You are concerned that the child may have a malignant tumor and suggest that she undergo a mIBG scan. Assuming your diagnosis is correct, this type of tumor is associated with:
A. P53 mutations
B. N-myc oncogene amplification
C. Chromosomal translocation
D. Chromosome 11 mutation
E. Ret oncogene
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E - Ret Oncogene
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any explain? please...
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any explain? please...
MIBG scan is for pheochromocytoma when symptoms suggest it but CT/MRI failed to detect it.
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chromosome 11 (wilms tumor)
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I think it's Neuroblastoma and the N-myc oncogene is related to the disease. I would select B.
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I m with neuroblastoma- n myc

I think Wilms is associated with WT gene
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I m with neuroblastoma- n myc

I think Wilms is associated with WT gene
RET oncogene--MIBG --pheo--- MEN syndrome
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I think it's Neuroblastoma and the N-myc oncogene is related to the disease. I would select B.
yup u r rite
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