epithelial dysplasia

ep·i·the·li·al dys·pla·si·a

a disorder of differentiation of epithelial cells which may regress, remain stable, or progress to invasive carcinoma.
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77,86,87) Chui et al (87) proposed the term follicular epithelial dysplasia for these atypical follicular epithelial proliferations that are distinct from reactive atypia.
The absence of epithelial dysplasia is mandatory to distinguish oral lichen planus form lichenoid dysplasia.
Intraexaminer and interexaminer reliability in the diagnosis of oral epithelial dysplasia.
Reliability of toluidine blue application in the detection of oral epithelial dysplasia and in situ and invasive squamous cell carcinomas.
High frequency of p53 mutations in human oral y epithelial dysplasia & primary SCC detected by yeast functional assay.
Histopathological grading of epithelial dysplasia and squamous cell carcinoma(SCC) was performed according to 2005 classification [20].
Histopathologic feature reveals sever epithelial dysplasia, carcinoma in situ and invasive squamous cell carcinoma in 90% of cases.
The detection of intestinal epithelial dysplasia, often multifocal, as well as defining its level (low/high grade) can be crucial for the prevention of tumor development from these lesions.
Free radicals, in turn, cause over-proliferation of stem cells in the gut, resulting in epithelial dysplasia, a pre-cancerous state.
positive for carcinoma, suspicious for OSCC, epithelial dysplasia, and insufficient material for analysis) and
Results are reported as negative, which means no abnormalities were found; atypical, meaning abnormal epithelial changes identified; or positive, meaning that cellular morphology is similar to epithelial dysplasia or carcinoma.