Neonatal Cancer

It is a kind of rare cancer that comprises a heterogeneous group of neoplasms with substantial histological diversity. New-born cancer is a rare event. The appearance and behaviour of neonatal tumours often differ from those of older children, resulting in differences in diagnosis and management. Neonatal causes of cancer aren't clear, but genetic factors are likely to play a key role. Congenital anomalies are usually present.   Teratoma and neuroblastoma are the foremost common histological sorts of neonatal cancer.

·         Leukaemia

·         Renal tumours

·         Brain tumours

·         Bone cancer

·         Rhabdomyosarcoma

·         Retinoblastoma

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