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Hematological malignancy
Hematological malignancy Hematological malignancy [[Image:{{{Image}}}|190px|center|]] {{{Caption}}} ICD-10 ... For the analysis of a suspected hematological malignancy, a full blood count and blood film ... microscopically to determine the nature of the malignancy. A number of these diseases can now ... to detect recurrence and monitor for "secondary malignancy" (an uncommon side-effect of some ...
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Talk:Foreskin
... and what is the exact definition of "malignancy" in this context? If only a tiny percentage of people had a malignancy then the cancer would comprise an even ... proportion of that percentage, if the initial malignancy rate was high then the overall percentage ... Sep 2004 (UTC) I'm confused. Does malignancy always refer to cancer? perhaps it means ... to know the percentage of the overall malignancy rate for the 10-20% figure ...
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Malignant melanoma
... spontaneously become smaller or invisible - however the malignancy is still present. Amelanotic (colorless or flesh ... factors is the number of nodes with malignancy. Extent of malignancy within a node is also important; micrometastases in which malignancy is microscopic only have a more favorable ... be detected by special staining, and if malignancy is only detectable by a rarely- ...
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Talk:Cancer
... are typically used to assess growth in malignancy, including hypercellularity; variations in nuclear size, shape ... cellular pleomorphism does not correspond with clinical malignancy." This does suffice to refute the statement ... respect they differ wildly (e.g. hematological malignancy is a different kettle of fish altogether ... a critical process in the generation of malignancy. Without it, fast growth is not possible ... But is it the central factor in malignancy? Is angiogenesis the door to curing ...
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Talk:Multiple myeloma
... IFM in their current trial.Guymd Hematological malignancy v. hematological neoplasm "Hematological malignancy" seems to be in much more common ... neoplasm"...I favor the use of "hematologic malignancy" in this article. But perhaps this reflects ... to suggest, to me, solid tumours, so 'malignancy' seems better to my non-specialist viewpoint ... less common (<1000 Google hits) than hematological malignancy (30,000 hits). JFW | T@lk ...
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Thoracentesis
... not meet aforementioned criteria. Exudate Infection Inflammation Malignancy Iatrogenic Connective tissue disease Endocrine disorders Lymphatic ... is: rheumatoid effusion lupus effusion bacterial empyema malignancy tuberculosis esophageal rupture (Boerhaave syndrome) Triglyceride and ... frequently as a result of trauma or malignancy (such as lymphoma). Cell count and differential ... important tool in identifying effusions due to malignancy. The most common causes for pleural fluid ... cytology results do not reliably rule out malignancy, but make the diagnosis more unlikely. ...
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Encephaloma   (translated from Japanese)
... approximately 130 typesOrganizational typeIs defined. Degree of malignancy Generally, in the encephalomaHistopathologyThe mark degree of malignancy, classification of organizational type the system of ... which means the fact that degree of malignancy is lowest classifying into 4 stages up ... the individual tumor. When this degree of malignancy and there is a connection in the ...
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A Stake to the Heart (Buffy comic)
... her pain with magic, Angel unintentionally releases malignancy demons upon the Summers family. Each of ... of her negative emotions. Buffy faces the malignancy demons of deceit and guilt. Buffy the ... Stake To The Heart, act 3" The malignancy demons continue to feed from the Summers ... Buffy arrives in Sunnydale along with the malignancy demons. The trepidation demon hopes to make ...
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Surface epithelial-stromal tumour
... is benign, borderline, or malignant (evidence of malignancy and stromal invasion). Borderline tumors are of ... tumors. 75% are benign or of borderline malignancy, and 25% are malignant The malignant form ... areas predominantly fibrous areas The chance of malignancy of the tumor increases with the amount ... solid growth pattern with the hallmarks of malignancy: cellular atypia and stratification, loss of the ...
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Malignant tumor   (translated from Japanese)
... Malignant tumorWay (you open consequence palpus, English: Malignancy)CancerMalignant neoplasmAlso to be called, in organization ... Medical science When in field such as "malignancy" simply, the malignant tumor is meant. When ... is low differentiation->Not yet differentiationDegree of malignancy keeps becoming high in order. (CellJuvenile conversion ...
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