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The surgery found no sign of the return of an orange-size benign tumor on the colon that doctors removed in 1992, in one of the six operations John Paul has undergone since he was shot in the stomach in 1981.
a privately held company that has developed an irreversible electroporation (IRE) soft tissue ablation technology intended for use in targeted, or focal, cancer and benign tumor therapy.
In 1992 the pope had what Vatican officials called a benign tumor removed from his colon.
Lipoblastoma is a rare benign tumor that occurs primarily in children younger than 3 years of age.
Arbel Medical is a private, VC-backed developer of innovative, minimally invasive cryotherapy and cryosurgery ablation devices, with a preliminary focus on benign tumor and tissue ablation.
Hunt et al reported a case of MEA that had been present for 40 years, which strongly suggests a malignant transformation of a pre-existing benign tumor.
What was first diagnosed as a stress fracture turned out to be a benign tumor on her shin.
Misinterpretation of a cellular schwannoma might lead the surgeon to perform a far more aggressive resection than is warranted for a benign tumor.
Fibroids are an extremely common benign tumor in the wall of the uterus, and the most frequent reason for hysterectomy.
Because it is a benign tumor, the surgeon should attempt to preserve the nerve.
An odontogenic myxoma is a rare, benign tumor that is found almost exclusively in the facial bones, usually the mandible.
In one patient with benign tumor 2 and another 9 aCTC were detected.
One benign tumor was one I noticed in a friend at our 40th high school reunion.
The latter is a usually benign tumor on nerves near the inner ear.
Washington, May 15 (ANI): Actress Mary Tyler Moore, 74, who recently underwent a four-hour operation to remove a benign tumor on the lining of her brain is "recovering nicely", her publicist has said.