micrometastasis


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micrometastasis

n (pl -ses) micrometástasis f
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However, before the surgical procedure, chemotherapy is given for 10 weeks to better demarcate tumor margins, shrink tumor size, and combat micrometastasis.
19,20) The findings described above provide compelling molecular evidence that the tubal lesion in the fourth case represents a mucosal micrometastasis from the endometrial carcinoma that mimics STIC.
Caption: Figure 1: Various mechanisms of oral field cancerization: (a) Multifocal tumors developing independently as a result of wide exposure of oral mucosa to carcinogens (Slaughter's concept); (b) micrometastasis of tumor cells (e.
The term micrometastasis has been replaced by "clinically occult disease" as detected by SLNB.
This technique frequently identifies isolated tumor cells and micrometastasis (collectively called low-volume disease) in addition to macrometastasis.
A micrometastasis was diagnosed when one or more deposits of metastatic carcinoma were seen measuring >0.
Debido a la recurrencia temprana y metastasis despues de la cirugia, podrian haber ocurrido micrometastasis que no pueden ser detectadas previamente a la cirugia.
1) When compared to node-negative disease, the presence of even a single micrometastasis in a lymph node is associated with a significant difference in recurrence and survival.
Las micrometastasis se definen como "pequenos depositos de celulas tumorales inferiores a 2 mm de diametro, distantes de la lesion original o tumor primario".
A pooled analysis of bone marrow micrometastasis in breast cancer.
Ama and Faizol (2005) said that micrometastasis condition is needed chemotherapy that is useful to kill the primary neoplasm and hidden micrometastasis cells before its spread can be detected by physical examination or X-ray (Gao et al.
The patients either had no lymph nodes that were known to be positive (meaning the cancer had not spread to these sites), or had only micrometastasis to lymph nodes.