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diffuse

Botany
1. (esp of some creeping stems) spreading loosely over a large area
2. (of plant growth) occurring throughout a tissue
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Biotechnology company Genentech was granted the approval for Polivy, to be used in combination with the chemotherapy bendamustine and a rituximab product (a combination known as BR) to treat adult patients with diffuse large B-cell lymphoma (DLBCL) that has progressed or returned after at least two prior therapies.
Mohammad Faisal said Pakistan was not awaiting foreign help to diffuse ongoing tension with India.
Despite the benign nature of IHHs, multiple and diffuse lesions can present with life-threatening complications including severe hypothyroidism and cardiac failure, requiring prompt medical intervention.
Results: There were 27 patients with limited disease and 7 with diffuse disease.
Patients with gastric cancer were divided in two groups on the basis of type of tumor: diffuse form and intestinal form of gastric cancer.
The performance of the modified Muneer and Kinghorn models is similar for both global and diffuse luminous efficacy models.
A CT scan performed shortly before his death showed extensive right pleuroparenchymal disease, including right diffuse pleural thickening, bronchiectasis and right airspace shadowing (Figure 1).
Oakley's approach asks you to learn, consciously, how to toggle between focused thinking and diffuse thinking.
Conclusion: The most common pattern of diffuse large B-cell Non Hodgkin lymphoma infiltration was bone marrow followed by interstitial tissue.
interstitial, focal and diffuse can be seen either alone or in combination.6,7 Patients at high risk for failure with conventional therapy may benefit from investigational approaches.