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metastasize

[mə′tas·tə‚sīz]
(medicine)
To be transferred by metastasis.
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While several cases of cardiac metastases have been reported with IVL [12, 16], to our knowledge, this is only the 5th case of BML metastasizing to the heart reported in the literature [17-20].
Cao, "Benign pulmonary metastasizing leiomyoma of the uterus: A case report," Oncology Letters, vol.
The first to introduce the term "benign metastasizing fibroleiomyoma" was P.E.
A rare case of renal cell carcinoma metastasizing to the uterine cervix.
In a review of the literature, this is the first report of HCC metastasizing to the skin of the nose.
A woman in a kimono emerges from a nebula of lava-lamp blobs; a man at a spinning wheel looks as if he were lit from within by phosphor; a Jazz Age couple dance behind a metastasizing colony of black dots.
However, most cancers come down to the principle of neoplasms metastasizing and creating tumors.
Researchers had previously linked high concentrations of the proteins to an increased risk of cancer spreading, or metastasizing.
Elizabeth Boylan, at the City University of New York, recently found that a low-fat diet reduced the number of breast tumors metastasizing to the lung in older mice, but not in young virgin mice.
Other carcinomas can metastasize to this area, but very few cases of follicular thyroid carcinoma metastasizing to the nasopharynx have been reported.
"Most cancer patients succumb because the cancer metastasizes, and current chemotherapies are not designed to kill metastasizing cancer cells," said John F.