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infiltrating

adjective Referring to a tumor that penetrates the normal, surrounding tissue
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5-in, thick shell, because air compresses behind the infiltrating front, and it takes time before the air can relocate.
They help them in infiltrating and then feed them with the local knowledge and logistics, sources said.
He told the Commons education select committee: "There are problems of criminal gangs infiltrating schools.
The distinctive feature of salivary duct carcinomas is their remarkable histologic resemblance to infiltrating ductal carcinomas of the mammary gland; both neoplasms feature epithelial and myoepithelial cells arrayed in solid, papillary, and cribriform patterns.
In 1976, when Frank Church, the late Democratic senator from Idaho held hearings on the purported nefarious deeds of the FBI and CIA, they were called ``rogue elephants'' for doing such ``dirty tricks'' as wiretapping, bugging, and infiltrating known and suspected subversive and violent groups.
Concern about "hate crimes" is resuscitating the Chicago police department's long-dormant Red Squad, an intelligence unit that specialized in infiltrating, harassing, and gathering intelligence on political groups.
But sometimes a group of beetle larvae horns in on the ants' turf, infiltrating the piper and rapidly destroying the symbiosis between ant and plant.
So far, all infiltrating attempts from Gaza saw failure due to Israeli regular patrolling the security fence and technology of modernized security fence.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- The court proceeding of a young spy of the US Central Intelligence Agency (CIA) who was tasked with infiltrating the Iranian intelligence apparatus has come to an end but no verdict has yet been issued for him, an Iranian judiciary official said.
TERRORISTS infiltrating from Pakistan across the Line of Control rely on sophisticated gadgets such as satellite phones and Global Positioning System ( GPS) devices.
In this article, we describe a case of an infiltrating, moderately differentiated neuroendocrine tumor of the larynx, and we correlate the clinical and histologic findings with the therapeutic intervention and clinical course.