neoformation


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ne·o·for·ma·tion

(nē'ō-fōr-mā'shŭn),
1. Formation of neoplasia, or a neoplasm.
2. Sometimes used to indicate the process of regeneration, or a regenerated tissue or part.

neoformation

(nē″ō-for-mā′shŭn) [″ + L. formatio, a shaping]
1. Regeneration.
2. A neoplasm or new growth.
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A l'ouverture de la piece de nephrectomie, on note la presence d'une neoformation tumorale, induree, mal limitee et d'aspect blanchatre.
In our study, the formation of somatic embryos begins with the neoformation of clusters cells.
Millot G, Lucas J, Wey R (1961) Research on evolution of clay minerals and argillaceous and siliceous neoformation.
1988) Satellite cell activation in human skeletal muscle after training: Evidence for muscle fiber neoformation.
demonstrated that an He-Ne laser induces cartilage neoformation after 40 days following therapy [11].
mica [right arrow] vermiculite [right arrow] smectite or chlorite; (2) neoformation, which is the precipitation of the breakdown products of primary and secondary minerals out of soil solution, e.
The patient is a 65 years old Caucasian man, brought to our attention in March 2009 for an expansive neoformation of 20x15 cm in the right tonsillar region, detected with MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging).
Coracohumeral radiophotoluminescence pumper recruiting floorplan buttonbush neoformation.
If we do not consider polycyclism and neoformation, the architectural growth cycle corresponds to one year.
Both in the control and in the garlic test experiment, the arteriosclerotic nanoplaque neoformation increased further after addition of GE to the 17.
Proceeding from former interpretations (Brinkman 1979; Blume 1990; Reyntam & Tsobel 1991; Reintam 2000), these changes can represent the result of ferrolysis, segregation, and surface gleying against the background of former ground gleying, while a neoformation of ferrosilicates must have taken place.
They stimulate positive morphogenetic processes, namely the bud or bud neoformation.