lymphatic tissue


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lymphatic tissue

[lim′fad·ik ‚tish·ü]
(histology)
Tissue consisting of networks of lymphocytes and reticular and collagenous fibers. Also known as lymphoid tissue.
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The Lymphoseek NDA, if successful, will represent the first radiolabeled product cleared for marketing with an intraoperative indication for the identification of lymphatic tissue.
The Phase 2 study was designed to test the effectiveness of Lymphoseek in identifying lymphatic tissue and to evaluate the drug safety of the compound.
Lymphomas generally start in the lymph nodes or lymphatic tissue in sites of the body such as the stomach or intestines.
The improvements to our wireless product offerings, coupled with our clinical development program for the lymphatic tissue tracing agent Lymphoseek([R]), further demonstrate our ongoing commitment to assist physicians in providing state of the art treatment for cancer patients.
Non-Hodgkin's B-cell lymphoma is a disease in which cells in the lymph nodes or other lymphatic tissue grow abnormally.
DUBLIN, Ohio -- Neoprobe Corporation (OTCBB: NEOP), a diversified developer of innovative oncology and cardiovascular surgical and diagnostic products, today announced that Neoprobe has been informed by FDA of its agreement with the Company's plan to commence patient enrollment in a Phase 3 multi-center clinical study to evaluate the safety and efficacy of Lymphoseek([R]), a lymphatic tissue targeting agent being developed by the Company.
Mesenchymal cells are uncommitted cells that can later develop into connective tissue, blood vessels, or lymphatic tissue.
The probe and control unit offerings we have launched over the last year, coupled with our clinical development programs for the lymphatic tissue tracing agent Lymphoseek([R]) and colorectal drug RIGScan([R]) CR, demonstrate Neoprobe's commitment to assist physicians in providing state of the art treatment for cancer patients.
They are cancers that develops in lymphatic tissue, which is found in many areas of the body, including the lymph nodes, spleen, thymus gland, adenoid, tonsils and/or bone marrow.
These wireless probes, coupled with our clinical development program for the lymphatic tissue tracing agent Lymphoseek([R]), demonstrate Neoprobe's commitment to assist physicians in providing state of the art treatment for cancer patients.
Non-Hodgkin Lymphoma is a cancer that develops in lymphatic tissue, which is found in many areas of the body, including the lymph nodes, spleen, thymus gland, adenoid, tonsils and/or bone marrow.
Sarcomas develop in muscle and lymphatic tissue, and then spread (metastasize) throughout the body.