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microinvasion

[¦mī·krō·in′vā·zhən]
(medicine)
Invasion by tumor, especially a squamous-cell carcinoma of the uterine cervix, a very short distance into the tissues beneath the point of origin.
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That adult T + E exposures alone had limited invasion (17%) and no glandular carcinoma in the lateral prostate, whereas the addition of neonatal BPA produced a 62% incidence of microinvasive carcinoma and 14% glandular carcinoma incidence clearly confirms, for the first time, that early-life BPA exposures heighten prostate cancer risk.
Microinvasive carcinoma of the uterine cervix: a clinical-pathologic study.
Nodal disease is often an indication of microinvasive or invasive foci present within the tumour and is rare in pure DCIS tumours, where it may signify the presence of occult microinvasion.
DMG's ICON Resin is a new microinvasive technology that will fill, reinforce, stop the caries progression and mask the enamel white spot lesions.
Microinvasive cervical cancer can be effectively treated surgically by either conisation or simple extrafascial hysterectomy.
They describe noninvasive therapy like modifying the biofilm and diet, adding fluoride, and oral health promotion, and microinvasive and minimally invasive caries treatment, including adhesion technology, sealing and infiltration, caries removal, and tooth-colored direct restorations, as well as decision-making in treating caries and pediatric issues.
2001) Water jet discotomy with microinvasive approach-in vitro testing and initial clinical aspects of a new procedure.
for example in 1997 he had a well-defined squamous-cell carcinoma and in 2008 a microinvasive squamous-cell carcinoma .
Microinvasive carcinoma of the breast is among the most commonly misdiagnosed breast disease entities.
It has evolved from traditional surgery with a scalpel to endoscopic and now to robotic and microinvasive surgery.
Caries infiltration uses microinvasive technology designed to fill, reinforce and stabilize demineralized enamel without drilling or sacrificing healthy tooth structure.
Transrectal ultrasound-guided periprostatic anesthetic injections, another microinvasive option, offers minimal risk and may provide some short-term relief.