neoplasia

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the pathological process that results in the formation and growth of a tumor

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Lung masses on imaging, a common diagnostic challenge that internists face, include a broad differential diagnosis such as infections, neoplastic processes, pneumoconiosis, and infiltrative process, to name just a few.
Vascular problems-including hepatic artery aneurysm, portal vein thrombosis, and hematoma as well as neoplastic processes such as hemangioma, hepatocellular adenoma and carcinoma, infantile hemangioendothelioma, cholangiocarcinoma, hepatoblastoma, and metastatic tumors of the liver represent the remaining etiologies.
It can be physiological, iatrogenic or as a result of neoplastic processes [1].
According to STRICKER & KUMAR (2008), the tumor suppressor gene p53 is one of the most commonly involved in different neoplastic processes in human beings and which in over 70% of neoplasias show certain mutation in this gene (MORO et al.
Neoplastic processes are often more nodular and rounded.
If it's been that way for weeks, think about inflammatory, infectious, or neoplastic processes.
Thus, prevention of c-MET dependent neoplastic processes may provide a means for managing invasive tumors of high metastatic potential.
Metalloproteinases play a significant part in neoplastic processes due to their contribution to local tumor invasion, the formation of distant metastases, as well as to angiogenesis Urinary tract tumors pose a significant diagnostic and therapeutic challenge and their incidence tends to grow every year.
Citing the importance of accurate histotypic classification of neoplasms at the sampling stage in the context of increased emphasis on personalized medical care, Fadare and Parkash present an algorithmic and pattern-based approach to the diagnosis of neoplastic processes in the endometrial sampling specimen.
Because of this persistent and refractory dysphagia, upper gastrointestinal endoscopy was recommended, with a clinical differential diagnosis including gastroesophageal reflux disease, peptic ulcer disease, or other, less common inflammatory and neoplastic processes.
Intraperitoneal or retroperitoneal haemorrhages as well as many other congenital, infectious, or neoplastic processes occuring in the vicinity of groin may present within an inguinal hernia.