Hepatocellular Carcinoma (HCC)

academic essay 4000 words(no less than 3700) are required about this disorder include particular sections. this essay is master level. (British English) this essay should include:
Introduction
, Aetiology, Epidemiology, Pathogenesis, Classification, Clinical Signs & Symptoms, Diagnostics (include recent procedure) , Treatment (include future treatment), Case Study with Approach and conclusion as future. Figures and tables is required Avoiding similarity on Turnitin extremely required. referencing : Harvard MMU style – Note: All reference should be recent online article particularly for diagnosis and treatment. review article not acceptable.I have uploaded description for the assignment. Please have a look!
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SUMMATIVE IN-COURSE ASSESSMENT BRIEFING
Learning outcomes There are five learning outcomes for this unit and the following two (1 and
tested in this
5) are tested in this assignment:
assignment
On successful completion of this unit students will be able to demonstrate:
1. An appreciation of the complex nature of selected disorders
5. The ability to investigate, analyse and evaluate laboratory/clinical
aspects of a disease/disorder with an independent and critical
approach to health care science.
The assignment will also address the following graduate outcomes:
1. Apply skills of critical analysis to real world situations within a
defined range of contexts
2. Demonstrate a high degree of professionalism (e.g. initiative,
creativity, motivation, professional practice and self-management).
3. Express ideas effectively and communicate information
appropriately and accurately using a range of media including ICT
4. Find, evaluate, synthesise and use information from a variety of
sources
Assignment task
instructions
Select a disease or disorder, which you are interested in and is relevant to
one of the areas covered in the unit. Write a case report critically
analysing relevant aspects of the disease/disorder, including those areas
listed below.
Due consideration should be given to all aspects, although not necessarily
under the headings given. Some of the aspects will be obvious and well
understood for the disorder, others more speculative. You must use the
word capacity available to you to best effect and ensure that the report is
well balanced.
Aspects to be included
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Aetiology of the disease/disorder: this may be well known eg iron
deficiency or theories e.g. leukaemia; is it inherited or acquired?;
susceptibility?
Clinical signs and symptoms: do not overemphasise this component
All aspects of the pathogenesis of the disease/disorder: i.e. changes that
can be seen at the molecular, cellular, organ, physiology/metabolism
level
Epidemiological aspects of the disease/disorder: e.g. it’s frequency vs
age, gender, ethnicity, time of year, geographical location, risk factors
Diagnostic strategy: laboratory or clinical (dependent upon your HCS
discipline) methods used to establish the presence of the
disease/disorder in a clinical context: this is the scientific investigations
that are typically used to diagnose the presence of the disorder – you
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must be critical about the adequacy of the choice-including sensitivity,
specificity and cost
Disease/disorder progression and monitoring of progression: what
transitions might occur and what is seen in the investigations used
Treatment (and prevention!) and possible outcomes: this is closely linked
to the previous section- include information on the future of treatment
where relevant
Exemplary case investigation data: use typical, but not actual data, to
illustrate the study; it does not have to be presented chronologically but
this may be relevant for some disorders
Future: Critically discuss current research into the disease/disorder. This
may include new preventative or diagnostic strategies being developed,
or may be research into novel therapeutic strategies or treatment.
The assignment will be assessed on the above criteria, with 10% of marks
allocated for information sourced and referencing, 10% for structure and
style, 10% for presentation and 70% for content.
You will also be required to give an oral presentation summarising the
highlights of the case study, with a focus on new diagnostic/treatment strategies.
The case study report and oral presentation will be equally weighted
Format and
structure of the
submission
Marking process
The case report should be word-processed and should not exceed 4000
words (excluding references and tables). All references should be in
Harvard format, guideline for which can be found at:
Your work will be marked against the assessment criteria indicated above,
which match the relevant unit learning outcomes. The assessment criteria
are reflected in the Standards Descriptors given below. While preparing
your assignment it is good practice to regularly review and check that you
have addressed each of the assessment criteria. Check the Standards
Descriptors to see what changes you need to make to improve your
marks, and to get a better idea of what it is that we are looking for when
we assess your presentation and case study.
ASSIGNMENT STANDARDS DESCRIPTORS
The standards descriptors framework below sets out what is required to achieve each grade
against the Graduate Outcomes / Learning Outcomes (delete as appropriate) for this assignment.
The text contained within the framework links to the assessment criteria specified in the
assignment briefing. This grid will be included in your feedback with relevant text highlighted to
show your strengths and weaknesses.
Graduate
outcome
1
2
3
4
Apply skills of
critical analysis to
real world
situations within a
defined range of
contexts.
Novel and complex
problems are
evaluated
thoroughly with
reference to
theory and
practice,
generating original
solutions,
expressed with
clarity.
Novel and complex
problems are
evaluated with
reference to
theory and
practice,
generating original
solutions.
Demonstrate a high degree
of professionalism (e.g.
initiative, creativity,
motivation, professional
practice and self
management).
There is evidence of the
ability to work
autonomously and
creatively with reference to
professional standards and
values, reflecting critically
on their own practice.
Express ideas effectively
and communicate
information
appropriately and
accurately using a range
of media including ICT.
The outcomes of their
work are presented
creatively and
persuasively to multiple
audiences using a wide
range of appropriately
selected strategies and
media.
Find, evaluate, synthesise
and use information from
a variety of sources.
There is evidence of the
ability to work
autonomously and
imaginatively with
reference to professional
standards and values,
reflecting critically on their
own practice.
The outcomes of their
work are presented
convincingly and
fluently to a defined
audience using an
interesting range of
appropriately selected
strategies and media.
60%-69%
Novel and complex
problems are
solved confidently
with reference to
theory and
practice.
There is evidence of the
ability to work
autonomously with
reference to professional
standards and values,
reflecting critically on their
own practice.
50%-59%
Novel and complex
problems are
solved with
reference to
theory and
practice.
There is evidence of the
ability to work with
reference to professional
standards and values,
reflecting critically on their
own practice.
45%-49%
Attempts to solve
novel and complex
problems are
partial, with
limited reference
to theory and
practice.
Attempts to solve
novel and complex
problems are
inadequate, with
little reference to
theory and
practice.
There is evidence of a
limited attempt to work as
an autonomous
professional who reflects
on their own practice.
The outcomes of their
work are presented
confidently and
coherently to a defined
audience using a range
of appropriately
selected strategies and
media.
The outcomes of their
work are presented
clearly and
appropriately to a
defined audience using
a range of strategies
and media.
Communication of the
outcomes of their work
is unclear and confused
and does not
consistently use
appropriate strategies
or media.
Communication of work
is unclear and
inappropriate to a
defined audience and
does not consistently
use appropriate
strategies or media.
Grade
range
86%-100%
70%-85%
20%-44%
There is limited evidence of
any attempt to work as an
autonomous professional
who reflects on their own
practice.
A complex and innovative
project is designed,
planned and carried out
meticulously to gather
and synthesise useful
information from a wide
range of appropriate
primary and secondary
sources to produce
original outcomes of
publishable standards.
A complex project is
designed, planned and
carried out thoroughly to
gather useful information
from a wide range of
appropriate primary and
secondary sources and
synthesise the results to
produce workable
outcomes.
A project is carefully
planned and carried out
to gather useful
information from
appropriate primary and
secondary sources and
synthesise the results.
A project is planned and
carried out to gather
information from
appropriate primary and
secondary sources and
synthesise the results.
Partial attempt to plan
and/or carry out projects
which gather information
from appropriate primary
and secondary sources.
Limited attempt to plan
and/or carry out projects
which gather information
from appropriate primary
and secondary sources.
0%-19%
There is little or no
evidence of any
attempt to solve
novel and complex
problems with
little or no
reference to
theory and
practice.
There is little or no
evidence of working as an
autonomous professional
who reflects on their own
practice.
Communication of work
is unclear and
inappropriate to a
defined audience and
does not use
appropriate strategies
or media.
Little or no attempt to
plan and/or carry out
projects which gather
information from
appropriate primary and
secondary sources.

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