- Encyclopedia article about tumour. Information about tumour in the Columbia Encyclopedia, Computer Desktop Encyclopedia, computing dictionary. brain tumour, brain tumours, tumours, benign tumour, nonmalignant tumour. — “tumour definition of tumour in the Free Online Encyclopedia”, encyclopedia2
- Tumour Abstracts: Nitric oxide (NO) is a ubiquitous molecule with a myriad of physiological and pathophysiological roles. It has numerous direct and indirect effects on tumour vasculature as both a regulatory and effector molecule. NO affects. — “Tumour: Health Information from Peer Reviewed Scientific”, level1
- This is an enormous topic, one that fills entire textbooks, but bone tumours are certainly seen in the foot, so we'll discuss the topic briefly. The word "primary" refers to tumours that originate within the affected bone. — “Common Bone Tumours”, footdoc.ca
- tumor n. An abnormal growth of tissue resulting from uncontrolled, progressive multiplication of cells and serving no physiological function; a. — “tumor: Definition from ”,
- Information about Wilms' tumour in children describing what it is, symptoms, diagnosis and treatment. — “Wilms' tumour in children”,
- Giant cell tumour is a benign but locally aggressive tumour with a potential to metastasize. — “Giant Cell Tumour”,
- tumor, a swelling), a term applied, from the earliest period of medical literature, to any swelling of which the nature and origin were unknown. The tendency of modern convention is to restrict the use of the term "tumour" to the last group, but for the sake of completeness it is necessary to. — “Tumour - LoveToKnow 1911”, 1911
- Tumour. Includes Cancer, Brain Tumour, Brain Tissues, Neoplasm, Malignant Tumour, Male, Abnormal, Society, Shopping and Arts information plus more related topics on . — “Tumour (Tumor, Tumours, Pre Malignant, Benign) @ ”,
- tumour (pathology), a mass of abnormal tissue that arises without obvious cause from preexisting body cells, has no purposeful function, and is characterized by a tendency to independent and unrestrained growth. Tumours are quite different from. — “tumour (pathology) -- Britannica Online Encyclopedia”,
- Tumour - from WN Network. WorldNews delivers latest Breaking news including World News, U.S., politics, business, entertainment, science, weather and sports news. Search News and archives in 44 languages. — “Tumour”,
- Dr. Tobias Pin*** and Dr. Nirmal Patel offer acoustic tumours information and treatment. — “Acoustic Tumours”,
- Tumour definition, a swollen part; swelling; protuberance. See more. — “Tumour | Define Tumour at ”,
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- We are a family who have been touched twice by Wilms tumour and wanted to have a place to share the information, resources and stories we have encountered on our journey. An e-mail discussion list has been created on for caregivers of children with Wilms tumour called Wilms-Kids. — “WILMS' TUMOUR”,
- Tests that examine the kidney and the blood are used to detect (find) Wilms' tumour and other childhood kidney tumours. Wilms' tumour and other childhood kidney tumours are diseases in which malignant (cancer) cells form in the tissues of the kidney. — “CANCER - Wilms' Tumour and Other Childhood Kidney Tumours”, medic8.com
- List of 13 disease causes of Ovarian tumour, patient stories, diagnostic guides, medical books excerpts online about Ovarian tumour. Diagnostic checklist, medical tests, doctor questions, and related signs or symptoms for Ovarian tumour. — “Ovarian tumour - ”,
- In breast tumour or uterine tumour, it is most effective but other treatments are. Initially the tumour shows slow growth, called Latent stage. — “Tumour | TutorVista”,
- A tumour is an abnormal mass of tissue the growth of which exceeds involves eradication of the macroscopically visible mass of tumour by scarping procedure. — “Tumour”,
- Definition of tumour in the Online Dictionary. Meaning of tumour. Pronunciation of tumour. Translations of tumour. tumour synonyms, tumour antonyms. Information about tumour in the free online English dictionary and encyclopedia. brain tumour,. — “tumour - definition of tumour by the Free Online Dictionary”,
- Wilms' tumour usually occurs before 6 years. Nephroblastoma is rare in young infants when mesoblastic nephroma or rhabdoid tumour are more likely. Congenital Wilms' tumors have been reported but are extremely rare. Most tumours weigh between 100 and 1000 gm. — “Paediatric Pathology Online: Pathology of Wilms' Tumour”, surgical-
- Neoplastic tumor of the cheek skin, here a benign neoplasm of the sweat glands called Hidradenoma. The term tumour/tumor is derived from the Latin word for "swelling" tumor and has come to the English language via the Old French tumour (contemporary French: tumeur). — “Tumor - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia”,
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“Blog. Pet Insurance. Browsing tag: tumour. Why cats go blind. by Reg Godwin BVSc MRCVS on March 17, 2010. Blind cat showing dilated The worst type of tumour is one which is malignant and which has the potential to spread (metastasise) to the lungs or other”
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