neoplastic disease


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neoplastic disease

an abnormal condition produced by a NEOPLASM.
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Neoplastic diseases: Marek's disease, avian leukosis and reticuloendotheliosis.
The aim of this study was to measure the satisfaction with nursing care provided to patients who had undergone surgery for neoplastic disease. The aims of this study were as follows: 1.
In rheumatic syndromes, fever; weight loss; thromboembolic events; and neurological, endocrinological, gastrointestinal, or cutaneous disorders may be the signs of underlying neoplastic disease (8).
The subgroup analysis of the patients with inflammatory, liver, or neoplastic disease found that serum ferritin outperformed measurements of mean cell volume, transferrin saturation, red cell protoporphyrin, and red cell volume for diagnosing IDA.
ductal neoplastic disease. Expressionof p120 in combination with the loss of E-cadherin expression favors lobular disease (Figure 1).
Probable neoplastic disease of hematopoietic system in oysters, Crassostrea virginica and Crassostrea gigas.
Simultaneous treatment of both diseases has several advantages: decreases general anesthesia related risks such as pneumonia or drug-induced complications; prevents both neoplastic disease progression and/or risk of MI if a two stage approach has been choosen; decreases the risk of post-cardio-surgical gastric bleeding after intraoperative anticoagulation by early removing of the ulcerated lesion and reduces the two stage surgical stress of the patient (1).
Frozen sections from the choledocus and the duodenal 'ulcer' were negative for neoplastic disease and showed the presence of granulomatous disease.
Clinicopathologic features of primary and metastatic neoplastic disease of the liver in dogs.
Two case series (1,2) identified neoplastic disease as the most common cause of Horner's syndrome.
The remaining 19 chapters cover microscopy and tissue preparation, laboratory techniques, microanatomy and neoplastic disease, and special techniques and stains.
The CUA guidelines on follow-up after radical or partial nephrectomy attempt to bring "clarity and guidance to the practicing urologist" given that there is no consensus on which investigations should be performed and at what intervals.[sup.3] The goals of any postoperative follow-up schedule for neoplastic disease would be to provide patient reassurance, functional review after a surgical procedure (arguably more relevant after the reconstruction with cystectomy or prostatectomy) and early detection of recurrent disease, for which intercession would lead to some clinical benefit.