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Haney med term 9

Haney med term ch 21-9

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Any abnormal growth of new tissue, benign or malignant neoplasm
A gene in a virus that has the ability to cause a cell to become malignant oncogene
The formation of a tumor oncogenesis
Of or pertaining to a papilla, or nipple like projections papillary
A benign epithelial neoplasm characterized by a branching or lobular tumor papilloma
Pertaining to a structure with a stalk pedunculated
A written plan or description of the steps to be taken in an expirement protocol
The emission of energy, rays, or waves radiation
Pertaining to the susceptibility of tumor cells to destruction by ionizing radiation radiocurable tumor
A tumor that resists the effects of radiation radioresistant tumor
A tumor that reacts favorably to radiation radioresponsive tumor
A tumor that is capable of being changed by or reacting to radioactive emissions such as x-rays, alpha particles, or gamma rays radiosensitive tumor
The treatment of disease by using x-rays or gamma rays radiotherapy
To exhibit again the symptoms of a disease from which a patient appears to have recovered relapse
The partial or complete disappearance of the symptoms of a chronic or malignant disease remission
A nucleic acid found in both the nucleus and cytoplasm of cells that transmits genetic instructions from the nucleus to the cytoplasm ribonucleic acid
A malignant neoplasm of the connective and supportive tissues of the body, usually first presenting as a painless swelling sarcoma
Pertaining to a carcinoma with a hard structure scirrhous
Attached by a base rather than by a stalk or a peduncle sessile
The determination of distinct phases or periods in the course of a disease staging
A formative cell; a cell whose daughter cells may give rise to other cell types stem cell
A new growth of tissue characterized by progressive, uncontrolled proliferation of cells. The tumor may be localized or invasive, benign or malignant tumor
rough; warty verrucous
Created by: Ohara1951