microinvasion

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mi·cro·in·va·sion

n. microinvasión, invasión de tejido celular adyacente a un carcinoma localizado que no puede verse a simple vista.
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In fact, at the onset, M is characterized by a non-tumorigenic radial growth phase (RGP), inside the epidermis (intraepidermal) or within the papillary dermis (microinvasive), devoid of metastatic potential, which may be followed, early or late, by a tumorigenic vertical growth phase (VGP), with deeper extension in the dermis or beyond, nodular confluence, mitotic activity, and metastatic capacity (Table 1).
Interestingly, the authors reported to have identified microinvasive squamous cell carcinoma together with KS in the lower one-third of the esophagus.
DCIS group consisted of 29 patients with pure in situ lesions, without microinvasive component on histopathology.
These tumors should be free of any invasive or microinvasive foci after thorough examination (Figure 3).
Further, the analyst says he has not heard much, if any, commentary on a procedural slowdown of other microinvasive glaucoma surgery cases following the withdrawal of Novartis' (NVS) CyPass, which he believes should be a positive for Glaukos.
A biopsy was performed due to the increased size of asymmetry in one-view mammography at the one-year check-up, and the patient was diagnosed with microinvasive ductal cancer.
According to the company, Hydrus Microstent is a microinvasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) device that is used to treat patients with mild to moderate primary open-angle glaucoma in conjunction with cataract surgery.
"Microinvasive glaucoma surgery is a safe and low-risk option for people with mild to moderate glaucoma.
Categorization of pT1 appears to have a prognostic value, with early invasion (microinvasive disease) into the lamina propria showing better outcomes than more advanced pT1 disease.
A new study published in The Breast Journal conducted by Allina Health explored the treatment options for patients with microinvasive breast cancer - tumours that are one mm or less in size (the thickness of a dime).
A new study conducted by Allina Health explored the treatment options for patients with microinvasive breast cancer - tumours that are one mm or less in size (the thickness of a dime).