Nonmalignant


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Non`ma`lig´nant


a.1.Not malignant, as a disease; - used especially of tumors; as, a nonmalignant growth on the liver.
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M2 PHARMA-August 7, 2017-Avelas Biosciences Starts Phase 2 Study of AVB-620 to Further Evaluate Fluorescent Signals in Malignant and Nonmalignant Tissue
According to the company, the Period 1 will have approximately 30 patients to evaluate conditions to achieve maximal differences in fluorescent signals between malignant and nonmalignant tissue.
CSCs can be identified (but not distinguished from nonmalignant stem cells) by their expression of various "sternness" markers including epithelial cell adhesion molecule (EpCAM), Oct-4, Nanog, and Notch and their presence within the tumor tissue compartment [5].
Elevated levels are also seen in hepatitis and cirrhosis, and a number of extra-abdominal nonmalignant auto-immune conditions.
What nonmalignant conditions can give rise to increased plasma CA19-9?
27 ( ANI ): Cancer cells, which can break out of a tumour and invade other organs, are much more aggressive and nimble than nonmalignant cells, a new study has found.
In the face of clinical and social turmoil related to opioid use and abuse, a fundamental question facing each clinician is: are opioids effective and necessary for chronic nonmalignant pain?
Mr Opperman was taken ill at the House of Commons two weeks ago and diagnosed with a nonmalignant meningioma.
The risks of opioid use for elderly patients with nonmalignant pain vary considerably by different agents and by different durations of use, said Dr.
The volume synthesizes the research on general morbidity, impairment, and disability; accelerated aging; nonmalignant diseases; oncological diseases; and human mortality after the disaster; radioactive impact on flora, fauna, and microbial biota; atmospheric, water, and soil contamination; radioactive contamination of food and people; decorporation of Chernobyl radionuclides; and protective measures for activities in the radioactively contaminated territories.
He said the patient, a 57-year-old man, had checked on his condition in a number of local hospitals in the last years and was diagnosed with a nonmalignant gland.
I would understand if the Food and Drug Administration wanted to reduce the use of opiates and opioids in chronic nonmalignant rheumatic disease.