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infiltrative

/in·fil·tra·tive/ (in´fil-tra″tiv) pertaining to or characterized by infiltration.

infiltrative

adjective Referring to that which infiltrates or spreads, as in a cancer

Infiltrative

A process whereby inflammatory or other types of disease spread throughout an organ such as the lungs.

infiltrative

relating to or characterized by infiltration.

infiltrative lipoma
the tissue in the growth resembles normal fat but infiltrates and destroys muscle and connective tissue. Occurs in dogs.
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Nested or infiltrative growth patterns reminiscent of BCC may be observed.
The final diagnosis was paraparesis as a result of an intradural, infiltrative spinal lipoma with segmental infiltration of the lumbosacral spinal cord and dorsal compression of the vertebral arch.
Radiological investigations also aid as supportive evidence towards the disease: chest X-ray suggestive of infiltrative TB lesions with pleural effusion.
ECD continues to be a rare form of infiltrative disease but one that is associated with high morbidity and mortality.
1,5) Infiltrative BCCs are an invasive subtype (1,5) and may be more commonly associated with severe venous stasis, (3) as was the case with our patient.
All patients will continue to show tumor growth and progression because of rapidly proliferating infiltrative disease remaining after surgery," according to the study.
Color-Doppler ultrasonography of both lower extremities, arteries, and deep veins showed multiple enlarged lymph nodes in both inguinal and femoral triangles; diffuse infiltrative hypoechoic lesions in central retro peritoneum, around the abdominal aorta and inferior vena cava were also noted suggestive of diffuse retroperitoneal fibrosis.
Some authors report that this neoplasm is locally infiltrative in birds but is less aggressive compared to chondrosarcomas in other species (DITTMER et al.
1), there was moderate pericardial effusion, severe left ventricular hypertrophy with hyperechoic pattern (interventricular septal diastolic thickness 20 mm, left ventricular posterior wall diastolic thickness 23 mm), normal valves, thickening of inter-atrial septum and right ventricular free wall, severe left ventricular systolic dysfunction (ejection fraction of 30%) and grade I diastolic dysfunction with normal atrial size suggestive of infiltrative disorder.
A CT revealed an enlarged hypodense soft infiltrative lesion measuring 62 x 42 x 37 mm within the pelvic brim of the right kidney, with extension to the proximal portion of ipsilateral ureter and engulfed it.
Mor-pheaform clinical type, infiltrative and micronodular histological subtype, and high-risk location were considered in order to deter-mine the maximum safe margin.