"These findings allow surgeons to select which patients with microinvasive
tumors may actually benefit from lymph node sampling while sparing other patients from this procedure," said Tamera Lillemoe, a study co-author.
That adult T + E exposures alone had limited invasion (17%) and no glandular carcinoma in the lateral prostate, whereas the addition of neonatal BPA produced a 62% incidence of microinvasive
carcinoma and 14% glandular carcinoma incidence clearly confirms, for the first time, that early-life BPA exposures heighten prostate cancer risk.
Colposcopic findings: 28 (11.4%) cases were CIN I, 50 (20.4%) cases were CIN II, 150 (61.2%) cases were CIN III, 13 (5.3%) cases were microinvasive
carcinoma and four (1.6%) cases were CIS.
Preoperative visit evaluation was followed by a standard microinvasive
In 2004, an 80-year-old Caucasian male underwent bilateral cordectomy for Tis carcinoma in the left cord and microinvasive
T1 carcinoma at the right one.
Superficial-type PSCC (STPSCC) is pathologically defined as carcinoma in situ or microinvasive
squamous cell carcinoma without invading to the surrounding muscle layer .
and invasive carcinomas showed a much higher vimentin expression in 53.0% and 67.0% cases, respectively, findings concordant with our study.
Biopsy revealed microinvasive
squamous cell carcinoma.
Accordingly, occult microinvasive
disease could be missed.
The normal mucosa adjacent to bronchial lesions, intraepithelial lesions, and squamous carcinomas of the lung express MMP3 transcripts , while a primarily MMP3 expression is observed in microinvasive
and invasive bronchial lesions.
Considering the SA context, our findings suggest that 'first-time' screening at 30 years could be too late for those who may already have invasive or microinvasive
Nodal disease is often an indication of microinvasive
or invasive foci present within the tumour and is rare in pure DCIS tumours, where it may signify the presence of occult microinvasion.