blood tumor

blood tu·mor

term sometimes used to denote an aneurysm, hemorrhagic cyst, or hematoma.
An obsolete nonspecific term for any blood-filled mass, e.g., hematomata, aneurysms, hemorrhagic cysts
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45 (260m): Typhoo (Scr), Max's Boy (3), Blood Tumor (4), Reggie (7), Esther (7), Nutcase (8).
I have the privilege of working with blood tumor markers like HE4, which aids in detecting ovarian cancer, from a bench top validation (ELISA) to an automated analyzer.
The presentations cover GSK Oncology research in solid and blood tumor treatment, supportive care and prevention in an array of difficult to treat tumors including kidney cancer, advanced breast cancer, leukemia and prostate cancer.
Even leukemia, a blood tumor, responds, he said, because it turns out that leukemia needs to form new blood vessels in the bone marrow to grow.
The sample collection included: 999 breast cancer; 1,156 kidney and bladder cancer; 985 gastrointestinal cancer; 744 brain cancer; 745 lung cancer; 670 ovarian, uterine, and cervical cancer; 436 head and neck cancer; 177 prostate cancer; 70 melanoma cancer; and 35 blood tumor samples.
Leukemia stem cells produce large numbers of blood tumor cells known as blast cells.
Additionally, the rapid and sustained reduction in Sezary counts observed in many patients with a higher blood tumor burden, which is typically associated with advanced stage, more aggressive disease, is noteworthy.
The report includes individual analyses of Clinical Diagnostic Serum Based Cancer Markers and describes the important Organ Specific Blood Tumor Markers for Colon Cancer, Prostate Cancer, Pancreatic Cancer, Breast Cancer and Ovarian Cancer, as well as many additional clinically important tests.
Benzene is known to cause hematotoxicity and blood tumors in humans and mice.
The cMET receptor tyrosine kinase has been implicated in a wide range of cancers, including both solid and blood tumors.