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metastasize

[mə′tas·tə‚sīz]
(medicine)
To be transferred by metastasis.
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This means there are metastasized lesions present in the abdomen and by studying patients whose primary ovarian cancer is very similar, we have shown that the metastasized lesions, often the most dangerous part of the disease, are different.
Our case differed from theirs in that the primary papillary carcinoma in the ectopic thyroid tissue within the branchial cyst had metastasized to a local lymph node.
Most of these tumors are locally aggressive, and by the time patients seek treatment, most of the tumors have metastasized to the cervical lymph nodes.
The trial will evaluate the efficacy of Sirtex's SIR-Spheres microspheres and chemotherapy as a first-line treatment for patients with colorectal cancer that has metastasized to the liver.
8) In this article, we describe a new case of oncocytic carcinoma that arose in the parotid gland and metastasized to regional lymph nodes.
I wanted to be like an angel of hope to show the world that you can have a normal life with metastasized breast cancer.
3) In this article, we describe what we believe is only the third reported case of a malignant cystosarcoma phyllodes that metastasized to the mandible.
I'll go to my grave believing that was William Robinson's,'' Freeman said in September, when he was already made an invalid by prostate cancer that had metastasized against his spine.
These displaced, or metastasized, cells generally turn out to be the real killers.
Sirtex manufactures SIR-Spheres microspheres, the only FDA-approved microsphere therapy for colorectal cancer that has metastasized to the liver.
4,5) In this article, we describe the case of a patient whose renal cell carcinoma metastasized to both the nose and tongue.
Results of the study were released Wednesday and showed that the breast cancer drug Herceptin in combination with chemotherapy resulted in a 24 percent longer survival rate for women whose cancer had metastasized.