screen-detected

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screen-detected

adjective Referring to the discovery of a disorder as a result of screening—e.g., breast cancer by mammography or cervical cancer or precancer through Pap smears.
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In addition, assessment sessions are held at both gosford district hospital and royal north shore hospital to provide multidisciplinary clinics for the work-up of screen detected abnormalities.
Of the breast cancers detected in the mammography arm during the initial screening period, 484 were screen detected, 176 were interval cancers, and 6 were lacking data.
11 Treatment of Screen Detected Breast Cancer in the U.
Only 67% of patients in this study had 10-year data, so the study had insufficient follow-up given the prolonged natural history of screen detected PCa.
The original primer pair screen detected 3 untypeable picornaviruses, which were not detected by any other pair or by repeat testing using the same pair.
Professor John Robertson, a breast cancer specialist who led the research, said: "The earliest cancer we have seen is a cancer that has been screen detected, and yet biologically that's late in the road of cancer development.
3%) of these cases (2 DH and 3 CD cases), whereas tTG/DGP Screen detected 1 additional CD-like patient (31.
The most likely possible explanation for this, according to the researchers, is that the natural course of some screen detected invasive breast cancers is to spontaneously regress.
An Audit of Screen Detected Breast Cancers for the Year of Screening April 2006 to March 2007.
If the sentinel node is found to be clear, as it is in around 75% of patients with screen detected cancer, there is no need to remove the other 20 to 30 lymph nodes.
In the study, the quadruple screen detected Down syndrome in 81 percent of 88 pregnancies.
ADDITION (Anglo-Danish-Dutch Study of Intensive Treatment in People With Screen Detected Diabetes in Primary Care)-Europe randomized primary care patients with screen-detected diabetes to either routine care or targeted risk factor management.