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Oncology in situ Referring to a (premalignant) neoplasm—usually understood to be epithelial—which has not extended beyond the basement membrane
Surgery Non-interventional Referring to therapy in which the integrity of mucocutaneous barriers is not violated

non-invasive

Non-interventional adjective Referring to therapy in which the integrity of mucocutaneous barriers is not violated. Cf Invasive.

Non-invasive

A procedure that does not penetrate the body.

non-invasive

diagnostic process or therapy that does not penetrate skin

non-invasive

encapsulated neoplasia

non-invasive

1. not penetrating the skin, e.g. a non-invasive test.
2. a neoplasm which spreads over a surface and does not invade and destroy healthy tissue.
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