neoplasia

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neoplasia

[‚nē·ə′plā·zhə]
(medicine)
Formation of a neoplasm or tumor.
Formation of new tissue.
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The occupational history of long-term asbestos exposure prompted us to conduct immunohistochemical tests on the neoplastic tissue samples.
The membrane-like tissue on the left surface of the blood clot was identified as the left lung, with no neoplastic tissue identified.
Subjects: One hundred and eight tissue samples from the patients with endometrial cancer enrolled in our hospital from August 2011 to July 2014 were selected, including 60 normal tissue samples (normal group), 60 neoplastic tissue samples (neoplastic group) and 60 cancer tissue samples (cancer group).
E: Neoplastic tissue consisting of pleomorphic polygonal cells with spindle-shaped nuclei and apparent nucleoli and reactive multinuclear giant cells (hematoxylin and eosin stain, original magnification x400).
In addition, when we evaluated the presence of K-ras mutations in the matched plasma and neoplastic tissue samples, we observed no correlation.
The overlap of normal radiographically dense structures can obscure existing neoplastic tissue and also can create the illusion of a lesion where no true lesion is present.
The ScanScope System is intended for use as an aid to the pathologist in the detection and quantitative measurement of PR (Progesterone Receptor) by manual examination of the digital slide of formalin-fixed, paraffin-embedded normal and neoplastic tissue immunohistochemically stained for PR on a computer monitor.
The ovarian adenocarcinoma can be scaled by the degree of differentiation of the neoplastic tissue.
He felt the term should be used for cellular angiomas in which the unit is the vessel and not the endothelial cell and in which the neoplastic tissue reveals distinctive vasoformative tendencies.
In four patients with HCC, the tissue samples of the neoplastic tissue and the surrounding cirrhotic tissue were obtained during surgery.
Regressing polyps showed substantial increases in the rate of apoptosis, while the rate of apoptosis in nearby normal tissue was unchanged, confirming a selective induction of apoptosis in neoplastic tissue without affecting normal cells.
Formalin-fixed paraffin-embedded neoplastic tissue as well as frozen liver and spleen were negative by polymerase chain reaction for avian leukosis virus and reticuloendo-theliosis virus.