neoplastic growth


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neoplastic growth

n. neoplasia o tumor.
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The neoplastic growth inside the sinus was removed as much as possible.
In human pathology, a diagnosis of BG adenoma is based on several criteria: a) the anatomical location of the neoplastic growth; b) absence of a simultaneous primary tumor, and c) the histological elements of the neoplastic growth (CARDOSI et al., 2001; FINAN & BARRE, 2003; LEE et al., 2015); these features were observed in the case herein described.
Additionally, for diagnostic and therapeutic purposes of the neoplastic growth, a multilevel approach that includes both micro and macroscopic scales and its mesoscopic bridging level may be most promising.
However, it should not be forgotten that neoplastic growth depends on factors influencing the cell proliferation and cell death.
IntroductionChemotherapy involves the use of chemical agents to combat the neoplastic growth which affects some tissues and organs, but it does not distinguish between the neoplastic and normal cells as it eliminates the fast- growing cancer cells and other healthy cells in the body, including those lining digestive and respiratory tracts.1
Based on the 2-hit theory, APC germline mutant cells require a second hit either on the APC gene (other allele) or another gene(s), such as KRAS, to initiate morphologic neoplastic lesions such as unicryptal adenoma (entire crypt) or clonal neoplastic growth in the luminal/apical epithelial cells of a crypt.
These cells represent the predominant component of leukocytic infiltrate of many tumors and, due to their pleotropic biological activity control, the majority of immunological processes proceeding in the region of neoplastic growth. Chemotaxis of monocytes and macrophages is a receptor-dependent process [5], directly associated with the polarization of these cells towards pro- or anti-inflammatory cells.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: Endometrial polyps rarely include foci of neoplastic growth.
Microscopically, sections revealed neoplastic growth displayed in vaguely nodular pattern with intersecting thick fibrous septea.
In this model, variations of the Pu urinary level is an effective biomarker of neoplastic growth as it allows to follow the evolution of L5178Y lymphoma, providing an in vivo assay for the antitumoral effect of B.