Cancer of the thyroid is the most common endocrine malignancy, although it is an uncommon cancer, comprising only about 1 percent of invasive cancers.
Pancreatic cancer, currently the fourth leading cause of death from cancer in the United States, is the growth of malignant cells in the pancreas, a pear-shaped organ located just below and behind the stomach.
Levator syndrome consists of pain, pressure, and discomfort in the region of the rectum, sacrum, and coccyx, which appears to be aggravated by sitting.
Intestinal polyps are small, mushroom-like abnormalities of the intestine that may have a stalk or be flat with a stalk. They can vary from under 2 millimeters (less than 1/10 of an inch) to over 2 inches in diameter.
Genital warts, also known as condylomata acuminata, are small growths in the genital area, commonly appearing around the vaginal opening or inside the vagina on the cervix, around the anus, on the penis, and on the perineum (the area between the genitals and anus).
Contact lenses are small, thin plastic disks that are designed to rest on the cornea. The cornea is a clear tissue on the front surface of the eye and it is surrounded by the white sclera.