blood tumor

blood tu·mor

term sometimes used to denote an aneurysm, hemorrhagic cyst, or hematoma.
Farlex Partner Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012
An obsolete nonspecific term for any blood-filled mass, e.g., hematomata, aneurysms, hemorrhagic cysts
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Foundation Medicine (FMI) announced the publication of the results of a large study demonstrating that its novel, investigational assay to measure blood tumor mutational burden can help predict response to the anti-PD-L1 immunotherapy, atezolizumab, in patients with previously treated non-small cell lung cancer.
The new assay, an expanded version of its FoundationACT assay, will include more than 70 genes and genomic biomarkers for microsatellite instability and blood tumor mutational burden.
At the time of admission, the physical examination and laboratory test results were normal, with the exception of a slightly elevated blood tumor marker (CYFRA21-1: 5.2 ng/ml, normal range: 0-3.3 ng/ml).
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I have the privilege of working with blood tumor markers like HE4, which aids in detecting ovarian cancer, from a bench top validation (ELISA) to an automated analyzer.
So far, the ACT approach is effective against liquid, or blood tumors, rather than solid tumors, as are found in breast and colorectal cancers, for example.
Benzene is known to cause hematotoxicity and blood tumors in humans and mice.
The company is developing CAR T products against a range of cancer antigens with the potential to target both solid and blood tumors.