chemotherapeutical


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Adj.1.chemotherapeutical - of or relating to chemotherapy
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This way, cytostatic agents--natural or synthetic substances, which inhibit either cell growth or cell division--can get to the center of the tumor cell like a Trojan horse, and can unfold their chemotherapeutical effect.
His work has potential to open new chemotherapeutical treatment opportunities, including chemical treatment strategies to cure blindness and cancer.
50] of chemotherapeutical agents was decreased during combination treatment with [beta]-carotene with agent-related reversal effects (Eid et al.
Increase sensitivity to chemotherapeutical agents and cytoplasmatic interaction between NPM leukemic mutant and NF-kappaB in AML carrying NPM1 mutations.
It is used as a systemic chemotherapeutical agent since its mode of action appears to inhibit DNA synthesis and DNA destruction.
The calves of category four were selected for chemotherapeutical trials.
Oral malodor reduction by a combination of chemotherapeutical and mechanical treatments.
1) Different chemotherapeutical regimens have been used in the previous reported cases such as Mesna, Doxorubicin, Ifosfamide, and Dacarbazine (MAID).
Reportedly, both these patents provide coverage for new chemotherapeutical medicaments and medical uses for the treatment of cancer.
Diffuse kidney enlargement has numerous causes and its differential diagnosis is difficult Diffuse renal enlargement can be observed in response to chemotherapeutical agents in patients with tumor lysis syndrome secondary to infections or tumor involvement (5).
However, there was no association between this lower value and the total dose of the chemotherapeutical drug.
The judge then held that (1) the dosages and frequency of the chemotherapeutical agents administered by Professor O'Gorman-Hughes at a higher level than those advised by the amendment to the IRS protocol had caused the respondent's myelopathy and consequent quadriplegia, and (2) if Professor O'Gorman-Hughes had known of the relevant amendment, he would have modified the regime he had prescribed for the respondent.