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subsite

(ˈsʌbˌsaɪt)
n
a location within a website
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The site (and/or subsite) of the primary tumor is the main determinant for the use of clinicopathologic staging systems and is recorded according to the nomenclature used by the Union for International Cancer Control (UICC) and American Joint Committee on Cancer (AJCC).
In the Indian subcontinent, India accounts for a sizeable chunk of HNCs with gingivobuccal complex being the most common subsite. Hence, this cancer is aptly called as an "Indian cancer." [5] Gingivobuccal complex cancer typically occurs at the age of above 50 years, although it may occur in the younger patients also, particularly when associated with the habit of betel-chewing.
Zell, "Tumor subsite location within the colon is prognostic for survival after colon cancer diagnosis," Diseases of the Colon and Rectum, vol.
The two-day VIP experience included an equipment program that introduced customers to the latest Ditch Witch, Subsite Electronics and Hammerhead products and provided hands-on equipment demonstrations.
In the off-season, officials will continue to run water from the area, known as the Airport subsite of the Obee Road Superfund Site, through the city's Reverse Osmosis plant.
Dosimetric comparisons by tumor distance from pubic symphysis and anatomic subsite (proximal medial thigh, buttock, or other thigh) for standard and ovary-sparing plans were also assessed by two-sided paired f-tests.
In addition, the new partnership will make it possible to cluster site links in the search results (where for some search results, there will be several subsite links clustered underneath the main organizational search result in the same way Google, Bing, and Yahoo currently do it).
The most common intra-oral subsite came out to be buccal mucosa of cheeks (56%) followed by lateral borders of tongue (21%), lips (13%), alveolar (6%), palate (2.6%) floor of mouth (1.3%), etc.
Green tea consumption and subsequent risk of gastric cancer by subsite: the JPHC Study.
where a and [beta] refer to the A or B subsites inside the Bravais lattice unit cells (Figure 1) in each plane of the system, i and j denote the position of the Bravais unit cell in the lattice, p and q describe planes indexes, [N.sub.c] shows the number of the Bravais lattice unit cell, [N.sub.p] implies the number of the layers, [t.sup.[alpha][beta].sub.ipjq] Presents the amplitude for a [pi] electron to hop from the subsite a of the Bravais lattice site i in plane p to the subsite [beta] of the nearest-neighbor (NN) site j in plane q, and [c.sup.[alpha][dagger].sub.ip] ([c.sup.[beta].sub.jq]) displays the creation (annihilation) operator of an electron on subsite [alpha] ([beta]) of the Bravais lattice site i (j) in plane p (q).
While SES is not a direct determinant of incidence differences by subsite, variance in incidence rates among SES groups is likely due to common CRC risk factors which vary by SES, such as physical inactivity, unhealthy diet, smoking, obesity, and poor access to and underuse of screening services for early detection and removal of precancerous polyps [13].