fibroid tumor


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fibroid tumor

[′fī‚brȯid ′tü·mər]
(medicine)
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Without verified evidence that visualization can affect fibroid tumors, the medical professional who tells a patient that visualization can help is providing what amounts to an illusion at best.
In another experiment, female mice implanted with fibroid tumor cells were given 1.25 milligrams EGCG per day or no EGCG for 8 weeks.
On the basis of microscopic estimation of the area of the tumor occupied by extracellular matrix in H&E stained slides, we arbitrarily categorized the fibroid tumors into four phases as follows:
Many experts recommend a standardized preoperative evaluation of all cases of presumed uterine fibroid tumors where open power morcellation of tissue is planned.
Uterine fibroid tumors: long-term MR imaging outcome after embolization.
"Although fibroid tumors are typically thought of as benign, they may not in fact be clinically benign," Dr.
Uterine fibroids (also called uterine fibroid tumors or myoma) are noncancerous growths in the uterus that most often, but not necessarily, develop in women between the ages of 30 and 50.
I just learned I need to have a hysterectomy due to fibroid tumors. Are there any studies on speed/running economy after hysterectomy or menopause?
During Blue's prenatal care, an ultrasound examination revealed the presence of two fibroid tumors inside her uterus.
to treat fibroid tumors. Non-cancerous balls of muscular tissue, fibroids can grow inside the uterus, on the surface of the uterus or in the muscular wall of the uterus.
Spontaneously occurring fibroid tumors of the laying hen oviduct.