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Synonyms for invasive

relating to a technique in which the body is entered by puncture or incision

marked by a tendency to spread especially into healthy tissue

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involving invasion or aggressive attack

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gradually intrusive without right or permission

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The non-invasive and minimally invasive cardiac output monitoring devices market in Europe was valued at USD 73.
There was no significant difference between invasive ductal and lobular cancer in terms of overall survival.
causative risk factor) for invasive GAS infection, NSAID use could mark the onset of disease symptoms (fever, localized pain, and inflammation).
While our native black locust is on the list of invasive native species, exotic varieties of locust are being intensely planted in the cities.
Invasive species threaten California native species by thriving in their habitats and competing for limited resources, according to the Nature Conservancy.
State officials identified several legislative gaps or problems with existing legislation intended to address invasive species.
However, her team's research shows, it takes only one aggressively invasive species to profoundly disturb the natural ecosystem of a forest, wetland, or prairie.
The analysis included 1,263 women with invasive cervical cancer (1,158 with squamous cell carcinoma and 105 with adenocarcinoma or adenosquamous cell carcinoma) and 1,117 women without cervical cancer who were the same age.
In 2009, the global minimal invasive product market is estimated to be approximately $16.
A bacterial invasive infection was considered and the antibiotic therapy was started with ceftriaxone, 2 g/day, and rifampin, 1,200 mg/day.
It won't be easy to control invasive species or stem their influx.
Gamma Knife[R] surgery, also known as stereotactic radiosurgery, is a method for treating tumors and other brain disorders with ultrahigh precision, focused radiation, in many cases eliminating the need for invasive procedures.
Outbreaks of invasive infections caused by group A [beta]-hemolytic streptococcus (GAS) may occur in long-term care settings and are associated with a high case-fatality rate in debilitated adults.
We have seen [these invasive bacterial] infections for centuries," says infectious disease specialist Dennis L.
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