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tace

(tæs; teɪs)
n
(Arms & Armour (excluding Firearms)) a less common word for tasset

tasse

(tæs)

also tas•set

(ˈtæs ɪt)
n.
one of the plates forming the fauld in a suit of armor.
[1540–50]
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Sorafenib is prescribed to patients who cannot be managed with conventional treatment modalities for HCC like TACE, RFA as a palliative treatment.
To evaluate the adjuvant therapy benefit, HCC patients were classified into three groups (high, moderate, and low risk) based on the estimated Shanghai Score, and the effect of TACE or IFN in each group was further evaluated.
This investigation shows improved results of TACE followed by microwave ablation as treatment of hepatocellular carcinoma in a rat model, compared with single therapy regimen regarding the inhibition of growth rate and reduction of VEGF-level in peritumoral tissue.
If the ACE is larger than TACE, the decoded image quality will be smaller than 30 dB, and stop the encoding process.
Surgical resection was not indicated and cisplatin-based transarterial infusion chemotherapy, followed by TACE under feeder occlusion using a microballoon catheter, was planned for the treatment of the main tumor in the right liver lobe.
According to him, liver cancer is generally diagnosed in hepatitis patients and it can be cured successfully through modern technologies like RFA and TACE provided that it is detected timely.
Mohammad Farooq said on this occasion that liver cancer is generally diagnosed in hepatitis patients and it can be cured successfully through modern technologies like RFA and TACE provided that it is detected timely.
1) A study by Luo et al, (2) showed a statistically significant survival benefit in patients with unresectable HCC treated with TACE with cisplatin and iodized oil.
Most tumors in our study were treated with TACE, which is the most common modality used in patients awaiting liver transplant.
To work, it must be cut loose by signaling scissors called TACE (TNF-alpha converting enzyme)," said Carl Blobel, M.
The TACE (Trans-arterial Chemoembolisation) is a minimally invasive therapy that is successfully performed to treat cancerous tumours in cases of liver cancer where it cannot be surgically removed, said Dr Jamal Al Koteesh, Consultant Interventional Radiologist and Chairman of Clinical Imaging Institute at Al Ain Hospital.
She was also instrumental in the setting up of TACE, the Thackeray Carter Street Estate for the tenants, which was the first estate in Liverpool and the North West to be successful in obtaining estate renewal Challenge Fund to allow new houses to She retires next month but will still be around working as a volunteer.