paraneoplasia

par·a·ne·o·pla·si·a

(par'ă-nē'ō-plā'zē-ă),
Hormonal, neurologic, hematologic, and other clinical and biochemical disturbances associated with malignant neoplasms but not directly related to invasion by the primary tumor or its metastases.

par·a·ne·o·pla·si·a

(par'ă-nē-ō-plā'zē-ă)
Hormonal, neurologic, hematologic, and other clinical and biochemical disturbances associated with malignant neoplasms but not directly related to invasion by the primary tumor or its metastases.
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Apart from these, autoimmunity, paraneoplasia, and infections have to be considered (herpes and JC viruses) in these patients with compromised immune system.
Carneiro, "Cutaneous paraneoplasia," Clinics in Dermatology, vol.
Alp's violent behaviour may have resulted from a condition called paraneoplasia, neurological and hormonal disturbances associated with malignant tumours.
Las anormalidades bioquimicas sericas se deben a la produccion de sustancias bioactivas por las celulas cancerosas (paraneoplasia) o insuficiencia organica secundaria a la infiltracion de la neoplasia.
Las anormalidades bioquimicas sericas presentadas en nuestro paciente pueden deberse a la produccion de sustancias bioactivas por las celulas cancerosas (paraneoplasia) evidenciado en la elevacion de la FA aunque no puede descartarse la insuficiencia hepatica en este paciente pues las enzimas hepaticas no siempre se elevan en presencia de enfermedad hepatica, respecto a los valores normales de ALT y AST.
Finally, three chapters discuss indirect complications, including paraneoplasia, neurologic complications of chemotherapy and biologic therapies, and neurologic complications of radiation therapy.
Painful erosions of the vermilion border and mucosal involvement are characteristic of this paraneoplasia.
This very rare paraneoplasia has been reported in fewer than 100 patients in the literature, and most have underlying gastrointestinal or pulmonary malignancies.

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