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Related to indolent: Indolent lymphoma, Indolent ulcer

indolent

1. Pathol causing little pain
2. (esp of a painless ulcer) slow to heal

indolent

[′in·də·lənt]
(medicine)
Of or relating to a slow-growing, nonpainful neoplasm.
Slowness in the process of healing.
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Despite this, indolent disease is typically incurable, with the most aggressive lymphoma subtype - diffuse large B-cell lymphoma having 5-year survival rates of -50%.
It is likely that some of the tumors detected on low-dose CT were just such indolent cancers, and that those patients unnecessarily underwent invasive diagnostic procedures, surgical resection, and multiple follow-up studies.
It is requested for the welfare of thousands of businessmen, for real promotion of business and overall progress of Pakistan; this indolent
This is just another future life of indolent luxury, paid for by hardworking taxpayers.
Today we have the identical situation of a stagnant economy, a vast burden of indolent, rich gluttons and working class people desperate for some control over their plight.
A revised diagnosis of indolent mantle cell lymphoma with progression to pleomorphic mantle cell lymphoma was made.
The creation of a huge bloated 'public service', the destruction of a personal sense of responsibility, duty, honour and patriotism with our vast legion of people on welfare, their indulgence of the feckless, indolent, work-shy and unlimited immigration.
Selby's counsel, Paul McBride QC, admitted she had been "lazy or indolent nt" had been "lazy or indolent" but told appeal judges she had lost her job and pension and suffers from medical conditions.
Recast with a lizard-sorceress, a shallow prince, and an indolent heroine who is serenely unaware of her troubling penchant to switch heads with a goat.
But the richly talented player is still the same indolent, frustrating waste of space that made Gordon Strachan's blood boil at Celtic.
As a reminder, this indolent behavior of Macedonian authorities towards this phenomenon prompted a European threat to countries like Macedonia," says Hajdari.
On the other hand, slow-growing or indolent tumours have blood vessels that look more normal.