microfocal

microfocal

adjective Referring to a microscopic focus, usually understood to mean cancer.
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Contract award notice: Contract for the supply of a vacuum inverter (ivu) for the microfocal experimental line for macromolecular crystallography xaira-bl06 of the alba synchrotron light laboratory of cells
Swennen, "Quantitative characterization of coal by means of microfocal X-ray computed microtomography (CMT) and color image analysis (CIA)," International Journal of Coal Geology, vol.
Breast surgery was conducted, and an examination of microscopic tissue revealed extensive ductal carcinoma with microfocal invasion.
De esta forma, estos bordes de deforestacion, que no se originaron necesariamente para la creacion de espacios domesticos, pudieron generar tambien un incremento microfocal de la abundancia de vectores y el consecuente riesgo de transmision (40).
[21.] P Flueler and A J Brunner, Crack Propagation in Fiber-Reinforced Composite Materials Analysed with In-Situ Microfocal X-Ray Radiography and Simultaneous Acoustic Emission Monitoring, Proceedings European Conference on Composites Testing and Standardisation ECCM-CTS, (Eds.
Quantitative microfocal radiography detects changes in erosion area in patients with early rheumatoid arthritis treated with myocrisine.
Osteoarthritis induction leads to early and temporal subchondral plate porosity in the tibial plateau of mice: An in vivo microfocal computed tomography study.
Restricted outbreak of American tegumentary leishmaniasis with high microfocal transmission.
This consideration may explain the low detection rate of the fusion gene in instances when biopsies show only a microfocal cancer [see Table 3 in (13)].
Recently, Master and colleagues demonstrated that a greater number of biopsies were associated with smaller tumour volumes at radical prostatectomy.[sup.20] Boccon-Gibod and colleagues have reported that 30% of patients with microfocal prostate cancer on extended PBx are at risk of having insignificant tumour and of being over-treated.[sup.21]
Often, the course of pneumonia in these HIV-infected patients had a tendency to form microabscesses, and in such cases, the microscopic changes resembled microfocal dissemination in pulmonary tuberculosis.
Swennen, Quantitative characterization of coal by means of microfocal X-ray computed microtomography (CMT) and color image analysis (CIA), Internatl.