preneoplastic


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Related to preneoplastic: anaplasia, paraneoplastic syndrome

pre·ne·o·plas·tic

(prē'nē-ō-plas'tik),
Preceding the formation of any neoplasm, benign or malignant; a preneoplastic condition is not always precancerous, although the term is frequently used erroneously in that sense.
[pre- + G. neos, new, + plastikos, formative]

preneoplastic

/pre·neo·plas·tic/ (pre″ne-o-plas´tik) preceding the development of a tumor.

precancerous

adjective Referring to a lesion or process that has a high risk of becoming malignant with time.

pre·ne·o·plas·tic

(prē-nē'ō-plas'tik)
Preceding the formation of any neoplasm, benign or malignant.
[pre- + G. neos, new, + plastikos, formative]

preneoplastic

before the formation of a tumor. See also precancerous.
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