intratumoural

intratumoural

adjective Within a tumour or neoplasm.
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35,36] The morphological features seen in HER-2 amplified tumours are micropapillary growth pattern, morphological heterogeneity and intratumoural and peritumoural inflammatory infiltrate.
M2 PHARMA-September 22, 2017-Alligator Bioscience announces presentation of ADC-1013 intratumoural clinical phase I study results at SITC in November 2017
This phase I trial, which began in April 2015, is a dose-escalation study involving intratumoural and intravenous administration of ADC-1013 at five clinical sites in Sweden, Denmark and the UK (ClinicalTrials.
5,6) Hormonal agents, such as abiraterone acetate, which induces remission of prostate cancer via CYP17 inhibition of extragonadal and intratumoural androgen synthesis, has been shown in randomized trials to improve overall survival when given either before or after docetaxel.
6 In intratumoural stromal cells it may also contribute to tumour progression.
Acute, severe DIC associated with ovarian intratumoural bleed which resolves following resection of the tumour has been reported previously.
The intratumoural mast cell count in clear cell renal carcinoma was significantly higher compared with non-clear variety (p=0.
The lesion is characteristically T2 hyperintense owing to the presence of intratumoural mucin.
As a result of this, the tumour accumulation, intratumoural distribution and antitumour efficacy of subsequently administered chemotherapeutics, as well as of radiotherapy (because of enhanced oxygen delivery) can be substantially improved.
Case reports: Two patients with primary cutaneous B-cell lymphoma were treated with VAE (Abnobaviscum[R] Fraxini) alone, using a combination of synchronous intratumoural, subcutaneous and intravenous administration.
Two Phase I safety trials in Australia, studying the safety of both intratumoural and intravenous delivery of CAVATAK(TM) are currently underway.