vascular invasion

vascular/lymphatic invasion

Oncology The penetration of vascular or other transport conduit by a malignancy. See Metastasis.
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However, MRI is the optimum test especially for pre-op evaluation and planning, because it provides information into vascular invasion of the tumor2, because of the great variety of histological presentations, it can sometimes be misdiagnosed.
Age, hepatitis B surface antigen, hepatitis B e antigen, partial thromboplastin time, total bilirubin, alkaline phosphatase, a-glutamyltransferase, a-fetoprotein, tumor size, cirrhosis, vascular invasion, differentiation, encapsulation, and tumor number were finally retained by a backward step-down selection process with the Akaike information criterion.
These include right-angle veins, subretinal and outer retinal neovascularization, and vascular invasion of the foveal avascular zone.
There was no evidence of necrosis, capsular invasion or vascular invasion.
In another report, SPNs with metastasis and vascular invasion were also successfully treated with surgery, and patients had a good outcome.
There were also no necrosis, mitotic activity, or vascular invasion (Figure 2a-d).
6] Manifestations range from colonization of peptic ulcer to infiltrative disease with vascular invasion and dissemination.
In the present report, intraparenchymal metastasis were not detected, as well as evidence of lymphatic or vascular invasion in the main neoplasm.
This wide range is due to the prognostic factors like lateralization, size, invasion depth, perineural or vascular invasion of the tumor and residual tumoral tissue.
Fibroids going into the heart via vascular invasion or intravascular leiomyomatosis (IVL) should be considered in patients with a history of uterine fibroids or a pelvic mass accompanied by right atrial tumor.
Dilated lymphatics and vascular invasion seen in the wall of the fallopian tube fulfilled Sedlis criteria
Histopathology examination revealed two tumours within the left breast; a 16mm Grade 2 lobular carcinoma with probable vascular invasion and a 9mm Grade 1 infiltrating ductal carcinoma with no vascular invasion.