canceration


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canceration

(1) Cancerisation, see there. 
(2) Malignant degeneration.
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Taken together, in the present study, we have demonstrated that upregulation of PLK1 expression may be an early diagnostic marker for the canceration of cirrhosis and the development of HCC, but less correlation between PLK1 and metastasis was observed.
The integration of HPV16 was more common than episome genome in the host cells, indicating that continuous HPV infection is the key for esophageal epithelial cell malignant conversion and canceration.
The hypogenetic gonad has a high risk for canceration, and thus these patients should be monitored closely even the testis falls into the scrotum [25].
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Fistulas, a hallmark of CD, are one of the most severe intestinal complications of CD which decreased the quality of life and increased the likelihood of total colectomy, even canceration. Medical treatment is the first choice for people with CD and fistula.
Although ES cells are currently in vogue, unresolved ethical issues and problems of rejection and canceration remain major hurdles to their clinical use.
Its nucleus is larger and irregular, and there is practically no cell organoid that does not show, by some modification of form, size, or number, the mark of canceration. The old anatomist-pathologists often used the term 'monstrous' to describe the cancer cell.
The clinical behavior of nonossifying fibroma (NOF) appears to be a benign lesion without recurrence or canceration.[1] Ewing's sarcoma (ES) is usually regarded as a differential diagnosis of NOF.[2] There has not been any report on NOF and ES appearing in the same position simultaneously.
Several cases have been reported to exhibit partial canceration or lung metastasis (so- called benign metastasis).2,3