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the branch of biology that studies the microscopic structure of animal or plant tissues

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A combination-therapy expansion cohort with 30 patients with metastatic CRPC who have histologically or cytologically confirmed adenocarcinoma of the prostate after prior treatment with one NHT for CSPC or metastatic CRPC are being added.
Histologically, sarcomatous areas are mixed with areas of benign glomus tumor.
pylori in histologically gastritis cases in our population may be due to more frequent use of complete or incomplete therapies against H.
Histologically, this tumor was composed of aberrant vascular, focally anastomosing spaces covered with atypical endothelial cells showing prominent nucleoli and high mitotic activity (Figures 3(a) and 3(b)).
Histologically, the tumour was a squamous cell carcinoma in 81(89.01%) cases and a basal cell carcinomas in 10(10.99%) cases.
The lesions are histologically benign, affect a large segment of the body in a contiguous fashion.
The operative findings of histologically normal appendix (HNA) were compared with those of the histologically pathologic appendix.
Early retrospective studies have shown correlation between the metastatic behavior among histologically ambiguous melanocytic lesions and the FISH results.
BARACLUDE is indicated for the treatment of chronic hepatitis B virus (HBV) infection in adults with evidence of active viral replication and either evidence of persistent elevations in serum aminotransferases (ALT or AST) or histologically active disease.
This case is unique for two reasons: (1) Spontaneous regression of primary RCC is extremely uncommon and (2) Most cases include spontaneous regression of metastatic RCC (particularly pulmonary metastases).[sup.1]-[sup.3] Up to 2002, 95 documented cases of spontaneous regression in RCC metastases have been reported; only 22% of these were histologically demonstrated.[sup.1] Histologically proven regression of a primary RCC is exceedingly rare.
Histologically they are typified by copious production of extracellular mucinous material.
BCC cases (n = 529) were histologically confirmed; controls (n = 540) were general surgery, orthopedic, and trauma patients who were matched to cases by age, sex, and area of residence.
We have observed histologically that PNBF can occur in CHS in the absence of direct tumor infiltration of the periosteum.
After six months, the proportion of women who had an improvement in symptoms was 42% in the genistein group (histologically confirmed in the 29%), 47% in the norethisterone acetate group (histologically confirmed in the 31%), and 12% in the placebo group.
Histologically diagnosed skin cancers seen from August, 2004 to October, 2009 were reviewed and analyzed according to age, gender, site of distribution and histological types.