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basal

[′bā·səl]
(biology)
Of, pertaining to, or located at the base.
(physiology)
Being the minimal level for, or essential for maintenance of, vital activities of an organism, such as basal metabolism.
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- Clinical trial activity in the basal cell carcinoma space is dominated by completed trials.
Patients of both genders between 35-75 years of age, with high clinical suspicion of basal cell carcinoma of any size or histology on aesthetically important areas, planned for surgical excision were included in the study.
"Additionally, Tresiba reduces the risk of severe hypoglycaemia by 26%, compared to other basal insulins introduced to people with Type-1 diabetes.
* Para realizar una estimacion del metabolismo basal de una persona puede emplearse esta formula:
(11) The AACE/ ACE guideline recommends the following hierarchy of usage for addition to metformin monotherapy: GLP-IRA, SGLT-2i, DPP-4i, TZD, basal insulin, and others.
This study is a descriptive study of 30 cases of basal cell carcinoma received from January 2016 to December 2017, in the Department of Pathology, Maharajah's Institute of Medical Sciences, Nellimarla, Vizianagaram, situated in Andhra Pradesh, South India.
Collision of primary malignant neoplasms on the skin: the connection between malignant melanoma and basal cell carcinoma.
Even for the earliest BCC lesion with only 4-15 cells BerEP4 clearly shows that BCC appears from basal cell in the basal layer of epidermis (interfollicular) and infundibulum of hair follicle with some groups of BCC cells budding down from the BCC basal layer, infiltrating into dermis and connected together inside the dermis.
No further adjuvant therapy was performed except periodic surveillance to evaluate for recurrence, as well as dermatologic surveillance to assess for basal cell carcinomas elsewhere.
The observations recorded in table- 3 show thatthe maximum total soluble solid and acidity was recorded in Zn basal application on kinnow.
I had a basal cell carcinoma,' he posted at the time.
It turns out that carcinoma cells from smokers carried the "transcriptional fingerprint" (i.e., the pattern of genes that were switched on or off) of basal cells, suggesting that the tumors may originate from this type of cell.