perineural


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per·i·neu·ral

(per'i-nū'răl),
Surrounding a nerve.
[peri- + G. neuron, nerve]
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perineural

adjective Around or surrounding a nerve.
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perineural

(pĕr″ĭ-nū′răl) [Gr. peri, around, + neuron, nerve]
Around a nerve.
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For carcinomas without perineural invasion, the recurrence rate is about 4.5% for standard excision and about 2.0% for CCPDMA, the analysis showed.
When we analyzed PSA values and the histopathological features (perineural invasion, surgical margin positivity, extraprostatic spread, seminal vesicle invasion, and Gleason score) with high NLR, there was a relationship between high NLR and Gleason score.
of lymph nodes retrieved <12 69 46.9 13 50 0.833 [greater than or equal to]12 78 53.1 13 50 Perineural invasion Yes 132 89.8 13 50 <0.001 No 15 10.2 13 50 Depth of tumor invasion pT3 51 34.7 14 53.8 0.063 pT4 96 65.3 12 46.2 Perforation Yes 8 5.4 3 11.5 0.217 No 139 94.6 23 88.5 Obstruction Yes 33 22.4 5 19.2 0.803 No 114 77.6 21 80.8 Preoperative CEA, ng/mL <5 82 55.8 15 57.7 [greater than or equal to]5 9 6.1 0 0 0.426 Not available 56 38.1 11 42.3 LVI: Lymphovascular invasion; CEA: Carcinoembryonic antigen Table 2.
Prognostic significance of the diameter of perineural invasion in radical prostatectomy specimens.
The significance of perineural invasion found on needle biopsy of the prostate: implications for definitive therapy.
Kaplan-Meier survival analysis was also performed for perineural invasion, which did not show significant differences (HR of no perineural invasion, 0.8243; 95% CI, 0.4642-1.441; p=0.4862; Figure 2C).
(12) Intermediate Perineural and N/A lymphovascular invasion Study LN Ex Chen et al.
Evaluation of the association between perineural invasion and clinical and histopathological features of cervical cancer.
For this study cohort, data regarding tumor site, tumor size, TNM classification, margin status, tumor thickness, perineural invasion, character of the invasive front, vascular permeation, resection margins on all surfaces, postoperative RT, and re-resection after the primary surgery were described by Lawaetz and Homoe.