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Metastasis is tumor cell growth at a distant location
Metastasis is not always due to laparoscopy
Metastasis is driven by sequential elevation of h
Metastasis is a complex process where cancer cells acquire substantial genetic mutations and perturbed signal cascades and leave the primary tumor mass
Metastasis is Metastasis that is located between the primary tumor and the closest lymph node region
Metastasis is slightly greater for this type of cancer
Metastasis is the same type of cancer as the original tumor
Metastasis is 3 cm or less in greatest dimension in any regional lymph node
Metastasis is a greek word meaning departure or removal
Metastasis is the spread of cancer from one part of the body to another
Metastasis is highly sensitive
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Metastasis is spread of the cancer out of the lung and into other parts of the body
Metastasis is apparent
Metastasis is suspected when a patient with a lung cancer has headaches or disturbances of brain function such as changes in thinking
Metastasis is a secondary malignant tumor in the lung that has originated in a primary cancer somewhere else in the body
Metastasis is detected as suggested by the adherents of adjuvant chemotherapy
Metastasis is established at its new site
Metastasis is the main cause of death in cancer patients
Metastasis is found
Metastasis is one of the most life
Metastasis is a growth that develops when cells from a cancer in one part of the body travel through the bloodstream or lymphatic system to another site in
Metastasis is characterized by complex gene
Metastasis is the spread or movement of cancer cells from the primary cancer site to another area of the body
Metastasis is rare
Metastasis is what makes cancer a fatal disease
Metastasis is not clear
Metastasis is a major cause of morbidity and mortality in breast cancer patients
Metastasis is suspected
Metastasis is a major focus in the smith lab
Metastasis is a frequent complication of cancer
Metastasis is that increased primary tumour vascularity enhances
Metastasis is the spread of cancer cells from the original site to other parts of the body
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Metastasis is usually noncontributary
Metastasis is the most common cause of cancer
Metastasis is a major obstacle to the successful treatment of a patient with any cancer
Metastasis is the only known risk factor attending escharotic use
Metastasis is the ultimate step in a tumor cell's progression toward autonomy from the host and it is a highly complex process
Metastasis is not always easy
Metastasis is that it is mediated through an nk cell
Metastasis is one of the most frequent causes of pain in people with cancer
Metastasis is the movement or spreading of cancer cells from one organ or tissue to another
Metastasis is the most common malignancy affecting the brain
Metastasis is the spread of a disease
Metastasis is common
Metastasis is the most important issue for outcome and management of lung cancer
Metastasis is an indication for these drugs
Metastasis is reported
Metastasis is normally palliative
Metastasis is suspected a needle biopsy can be used to aspirate tumor cells for cytolopathologic examination
Metastasis is a tumor that started from a cancer cell or cells in another part of the body
Metastasis is a highly complicated phenomenon requiring the interaction of many different types of cells
Metastasis is the single most important prognosticator in head and neck squamous cell carcinoma
Metastasis is carboxyaminoimidazole
Metastasis is the process by which tumour cells spread from their tissue of origin and establish secondary tumours at distant sites in the body
Metastasis is mostly of the mixed type
Metastasis is very low making studies of the fundamental problems associated
Metastasis is the spread of cancer from the primary site to other more distant sites in the body
Metastasis is quite a few in english literature
Metastasis is a rare complication of ovarian cancer with only 67 well documented cases in literature
Metastasis is responsible for most cancer deaths
Metastasis is associated with limited survival
Metastasis is the ultimate step in a tumor cell's progression toward autonomy from the host
Metastasis is the same type of tumor as the original cancer; it does not take on the characteristics of the new site
Metastasis is ongoing
Metastasis is still a breast cancer
Metastasis is difficult to assess accurately since the usual method to determine the distribution of a metastatic tumour has been by
Metastasis is the disruption of epithelial integrity and loss of intercellular adhesion
Metastasis is under evaluation
Metastasis is a complex
Metastasis is via lymphatics to the regional lymph nodes
Metastasis is less common and tend to involve the lung
Metastasis is not likely to respond to fu chemotherapy
Metastasis is the most ominous complication of bone Metastasis to the vertebral spine and is a medical emergency
Metastasis is not known
Metastasis is primarily hematologic
Metastasis is the most important factor that can affect the prognosis of patients with head and neck carcinoma? the 5?year survival rate of patients with
Metastasis is the phenomenon of cancer spread to new areas of the body from the primary tumor site
Metastasis is a multi
Metastasis is a secondary tumor derived from a primary tumor and found some distance from it
Metastasis is probably under 1%
Metastasis is the spread of cancer to another part of the body
Metastasis is a complex series of steps in which cancer cells leave the original tumor site and migrate to other parts of the body via the bloodstream or lymph

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