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low-grade

 [lo´gr´ād´]
occurring near the low end of a range, as of a fever or malignancy.

low-grade

(lo´grād´) occurring near the low end of a range, as of a fever or malignancy.

low-grade

(lō′grād′)
adj.
1. Of inferior grade or quality: low-grade merchandise.
2. Reduced in degree or intensity: a low-grade fever.

low-grade

adjective Mild, as in low-grade abdominal pain.

Indolent lymphoma (also called low-grade)

Cancerous growths of lymphoid tissue that progress slowly to more aggressive forms of cancer.
Mentioned in: MALT Lymphoma
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