microfocal

microfocal

adjective Referring to a microscopic focus, usually understood to mean cancer.
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UCL would like to invite suppliers to submit bids for supply of a Microfocal X-Ray MicroCT system.
Restricted outbreak of American tegumentary leishmaniasis with high microfocal transmission.
This consideration may explain the low detection rate of the fusion gene in instances when biopsies show only a microfocal cancer [see Table 3 in (13)].
20] Boccon-Gibod and colleagues have reported that 30% of patients with microfocal prostate cancer on extended PBx are at risk of having insignificant tumour and of being over-treated.
Often, the course of pneumonia in these HIV-infected patients had a tendency to form microabscesses, and in such cases, the microscopic changes resembled microfocal dissemination in pulmonary tuberculosis.
Injured cells are gradually replaced by fibrosis that is best described as microfocal, to convey the fact that the pattern of injury cannot be related to any particular blood vessel distribution.
Swennen, Quantitative characterization of coal by means of microfocal X-ray computed microtomography (CMT) and color image analysis (CIA), Internatl.
Microfocal prostate cancer: biopsy cancer volume does not predict actual tumor volume.
high-resolution microfocal X-ray and arthroscopic technology to document
A microfocal cancer (MFC) was defined by a single core involved with [less than or equal to] 3 mm of Gleason score 3 + 3 cancer.
5] Nonstandard abbreviations: PCa, prostate cancer; PSA, prostate-specific antigen; qRT-PCR, quantitative reverse-transcription PCR; DRE, digital rectal examination; BRM, biopsy needle rinse material; TRUS, transrectal ultrasonography; MFC, microfocal cancer.
Marquette University Milwaukee, WI To establish a Center for Microfocal Angiography in the Department of Biomedical Engineering.