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infiltrative

adjective Referring to that which infiltrates or spreads, as in a cancer

Infiltrative

A process whereby inflammatory or other types of disease spread throughout an organ such as the lungs.
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The authors use this designation occasionally, especially when the base of the lesion cannot be visualized on the biopsy, and thus the growth pattern (infiltrative versus noninfiltrative) cannot be reliably assessed.
Infiltrative intraosseous lipomas in birds should be distinguished from other lytic bone tumors, including giant cell tumors, (14) air sac cystadenocarcinoma, (15) soft tissue sarcoma, (16) osteoma aneurysmal bone cyst, (18) traumatic bone cyst, (4) and ossifying fibromas, (19) as well as infectious conditions including mycobacteriosis or salmonellosis (20) and metabolic conditions such as nutritional hyperparathyroidism.
Therefore, wider margins should be obtained when excising micronodular, infiltrative, and morpheaform BCCs, as previously reported by other investigators (39, 40, 47).
The pains stimulation from pelvic cavity is transmitted to cerebral center to cause pain, suggesting that cutting off relevant nerves can mitigate endometriosis-caused pain.14 Thus, during the treatment of deeply infiltrative endometriosis-induced pain, cutting off invaded sacrospinous ligament or blocking relevant nerves can effectively alleviate clinical pain.
Mucinous neoplasms that display similar structural features to LAMN, lack of infiltrative invasion, but high-grade atypia cytologically are also determined as HAMN.
Histological examination of the spinal cord revealed a poorly limited and infiltrative neoplastic proliferation composed of a highly cellular population supported by a sparse fibrovascular stroma.
It was located in the dermis and extended to the subcutaneous fat with lack of circumscription, an infiltrative growth pattern, and deep extension (Figure 3).
Histologically, these tumors are produced from the cells in a random sequence in a myxoid matrix without an infiltrative growth pattern, mitotic activity, cytological atypia or necrosis (3,4).
Infiltrative cardiomyopathies include a variety of disorders that lead to myocardial thickening, heart failure, and eventually death.
These studies revealed homogeneous enhancement of the uterus concerning for diffusely infiltrative endometrial carcinoma with associated relatively bulky retroperitoneal adenopathy of the abdomen and bilateral iliac chain adenopathy.
In conclusion, we herein reported two rare surgical cases of primary CHC-INT, showing potentially characteristic and specific gross findings on their cut surface: both CHC-INTs demonstrated poorly demarcated and expansive and/or infiltrative hepatic nodules in lobulated margins, appearing clearly whitish in color.