preinvasive

preinvasive

 [pre″in-va´siv]
not yet invading tissues outside the site of origin.

preinvasive

/pre·in·va·sive/ (pre″in-va´siv) not yet invading tissues outside the site of origin.

preinvasive

(prē″ĭn-vā′sĭv) [″ + in, into, + vadere, to go]
Referring to a stage of development of a malignancy in which the neoplastic cells have not metastasized.

preinvasive

not yet invading tissues outside the site of origin.
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Preinvasive cervical intraepithelial neoplasia 2 and 3 and adenocarcinoma in situ (together referred to as CIN2+), which are detected through routine screening, take less time to develop and were used as a surrogate for cervical cancer in vaccine trials.
Most invasive and preinvasive lesions of the cervix and vagina are caused by human papillomavirus types 16 and 18, and because HPV is transmitted through sexual contact, screening for other STIs is warranted in women who present with HPV infection.
Epidemiological evidence for age-dependent regression of preinvasive cervical cancer.
Patterns of Care With Regard to Surgical Choice and Application of Adjuvant Radiation Therapy for Preinvasive and Early Stage Breast Cancer in Rural Appalachia.
The detected cancers are smaller in size and thus have lower pathologic T stage, the frequency of regional lymph node metastases is lower, and more cancers are detected at preinvasive stage.
The use of valrubicin and bacille Calmette-Guerin (BCG) for bladder dysplasia and the use of Photofrin plus photodynamic therapy for esophageal dysplasia were developed largely within the pharmaceutical industry as adjuvant therapies for the treatment of preinvasive neoplastic lesions, rather than for a specific preventive indication.
Incorporating color histopathology sections throughout, she covers interpreting results and communication between the pathologist and clinician, the normal endometrial cycle, pregnancy-related findings in normal and abnormal pregnancies, organic lesions, hormonally-related abnormal uterine bleeding, endometrial hyperplasia and preinvasive disease, malignancies, diagnostic pitfalls, and molecular aspects.
Because there is a long progression time of preinvasive lesions to invasive cancer (around 10 years), USPSTF guidelines recommend a Pap test screening interval of every 3 years.
A third possibility would be that insertion of the IUD scrapes away preinvasive lesions on the cervix, which also would explain why duration of IUD use doesn't influence the protective effect.
Thirteen papers discuss such topics as molecular pathogenesis of necrotizing fasciitis, the pathobiology of glioma tumors, fibrogenic reactions in lung disease, epithelial barriers in homeostasis and disease, pathogenesis of preeclampsia, mitochondrial energetics and therapeutics, and preinvasive breast cancer, among others.
A Korean study looking at the effects of green tea extracts on preinvasive disease of the cervix showed a 69% response rate compared with a 10% response rate in untreated controls (P < 0.
Early detection studies in a population with familial predisposition have shown by EUS and computed tomography (CT), in 15% of the cases, visible preinvasive lesions which are IPMN [5] and pancreatic intraepithelial neoplasia (PanIN) [6].