preinvasive

preinvasive

 [pre″in-va´siv]
not yet invading tissues outside the site of origin.

preinvasive

(prē″ĭn-vā′sĭv) [″ + in, into, + vadere, to go]
Referring to a stage of development of a malignancy in which the neoplastic cells have not metastasized.
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"The findings suggest that machine learning methods are potentially suitable as diagnostic support systems in differentiating challenging preinvasive lesions of the breast," the authors write.
The study, published by the BMJ, concludes: "Routine vaccination of girls aged 12-13 years with the bivalent HPV vaccine in Scotland has led to a dramatic reduction in preinvasive cervical disease.
[4] Cervical cancer is an easily preventable disease mainly due to long preinvasive stage.
Parallel to our increased understanding of invasive gastric type endocervical adenocarcinoma, our understanding of preinvasive endocervical lesions with gastric phenotype has also evolved.
(1) Cytology is an inferior diagnostic tool, compared with histology, in determining invasive cancer from preinvasive lesions.
However, the progression of a preinvasive lesion to an invasive carcinoma is still an enigma.
A multiantigen vaccine targeting neu, IGFBP-2, and IGF-IR prevents tumor progression in mice with preinvasive breast disease.
have shown specific serum proteomic signature in a mouse model of PanINs that was detectable even in mice with very early stage preinvasive lesions and low overall burden of disease [100].
The Bethesda system was developed in 1998 for reporting preinvasive cervical squamous intraepithelial lesions (SILs) as of low or high grade (LSIL and HSIL).
Treatment of preinvasive endometrial cancer in women with PCOS using melatonin in combination with female sexual hormones and antidiabetic, antidopaminergic, and antiserotoninergic therapy favorably influenced female sexual hormone profile and lipid metabolism and caused restoration of normal endometrium [84].
Uesaka, "An S100Ppositive biliary epithelial field is a preinvasive intraepithelial neoplasm in nodular-sclerosing cholangiocarcinoma," Human Pathology, vol.