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dys·plas·tic

(dis-plas'tik),
Pertaining to or marked by dysplasia.

dys·plas·tic

(dis-plas'tik)
Pertaining to or marked by dysplasia.

dysplastic

emanating from or pertaining to abnormality of development.
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Table 1--Smoker versus non-smoker odds ratio for males and the most frequent anatomical sites for dysplastic and non-dysplastic lesions.
The dysplastic lesions are precancerigenous or precarcinomatous lesions considered as unequivocal histological markers in the initial states (12, 17) of colon cancer (26).
In the current English language literature, there is only one case of multicystic dysplastic kidney associated with CRE and ureterocele.
The multicystic dysplastic kidney and contralateral vesicoureteral reflux: protection of the solitary kidney.
Disturbed melanin synthesis and chronic oxidative stress in dysplastic naevi.
LPR may be a cofactor in the development of dysplastic and premalignant changes in the laryngeal epithelium.
Among females treated at the highest dose, one case of dysplastic hyperplasia, one adenoma, and one olfactory neuroblastoma were observed.
If the patient is positive for high-risk HPV, the likelihood of a dysplastic cervical lesion--typically high-grade--is high.
A previously developed tissue phantom was modified to simulate the fluorescence of normal as well as dysplastic tissues.
As is seen in cases of cervical cancer, epithelial cells continue to show dysplastic changes unless the lesion is removed.
Studies have been carried out on the effects of starch and sucrose on colon mucosa proliferation (a risk factor for carcinogenesis) and on the induction of early dysplastic lesions of the colon mucosa.