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

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Anal Intraepithelial Neoplasia and Anal Cancer: An Increasing Concern in Women
The diagnostic yield for advanced neoplasias of 10 mm or more, which included all cancers, was 1.
By age, the incidence of neoplasia (including both hyperplasia and cancer) was 1.
Los tumores mamarios caninos son neoplasias heterogeneas tanto en sus aspectos morfologicos como en su comportamiento clinico.
Screening for early pancreatic neoplasias in high-risk individuals: a prospective controlled study.
However, infection alone is insufficient to cause cancer, and additional factors are required for neoplasia.
The study, described in a presentation entitled "Expression of Multiple Simultaneous Biomarkers in Tissues of Patients with Colitis-Associated Neoplasia," describes data from a tissue study evaluating the sensitivity of a prototype marker panel targeting alterations in ulcerative colitis carcinogenesis.
Conjunctival epithelial neoplasias in organ transplant patients receiving cyclosporine therapy.
CHICAGO -- Thiopurine therapy appears to prevent colorectal neoplasias in patients with long-term, extensive inflammatory bowel disease, reducing the risk of cancer or high-grade dysplasia by more than 70%.
Flexible sigmoidoscopy would have missed 94% (47 of 50) of advanced neoplasias in the proximal colon if the procedure extended to the junction of the sigmoid and descending colon and a finding of distal colorectal neoplasia had triggered a colonoscopy, reported Philip Schoenfeld, M.
This immunotest involves antibodies especially associated with HPV-caused neoplasias or cancers that are detected with synthesized, proprietary peptides or amino acid sequences derived from certain proteins in HPV.
Combined E-cadherin and high molecular weight cytokeratin immunoprofile differentiates lobular, ductal, and hybrid mammary intraepithelial neoplasias.
The investigators found a total of 259 neoplasias in 130 patients.