benign tumor


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benign tumor

[bə′nīn ′tü·mər]
(medicine)
A nonmalignant neoplasm.
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Benign surface epithelial tumors comprised 80% (200/250) of all benign tumors whereas their malignant counterparts comprised 78% (35/45) of all malignant tumors.
Type of benign tumor were; pleomorphic adenoma, monomorphic adenoma, warthin tumor, myoepithelioma and hemangioma.
Age incidence of benign tumor was age group of 21-40 years, borderline 21-40 years, and malignant 41-60 years.
In our study most common benign tumor was sebaceous cyst (25.
Pleomorphic Adenoma was the commonest benign tumor which corresponded to 87.
Diagnosis of a benign tumor is usually achieved by withdrawing cells from the growth by means of a needle aspirate and examining them under a microscope.
An ideal cancer marker is a molecule present in all cancer cells but not in normal or benign tumor cells.
Both the breast cancer patients and benign tumor patients were assigned to either low anxiety or high anxiety subgroups based on the Manifest Anxiety Scale scores, and either negative emotion suppression or negative emotion expression groups based on the Courtauld Emotional Control Scale scores.
Both the breast cancer patients and the benign tumor patients were assigned to either low anxiety or high anxiety subgroups based on the Manifest Anxiety Scale scores, and either negative emotion suppression or negative emotion expression groups based on the Courtauld Emotional Control Scale scores.
The monoclonal antibody, MH-1, will target the malignant or benign tumor containing fibrin thereby facilitating destruction via the cytotoxic reagent.
This overactivity can usually be traced to a very small, benign tumor in the gland that releases too much prolactin, called a prolactinoma.