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From this "precancer" stage, the cells can grow quickly and out of control.
This can be a sign of uterine precancer or cancer.
Perhaps most revealing of these characters' attitudes toward the future is a woman's response to being told she has "precancer."
About 10% of the precancer synonyms were contributed by the authors.
Now precancer of the cervix is detected far more often than actual cancer.
She is cured of a sexually transmitted disease as well as precancer.
Any given precancer may have been studied by different researchers using different terms for the same lesion.
Until now, there has been no effort to list the precancers and or to associate precancer terms with their synonyms.
We bought makeup to simulate our precancer skin tones, blotches and all.
When the precancer classification undergoes community review, these syndromes may be added as a distinct class.
Acquired microscopic precancers These are the lesions that most people think of when they hear the term precancer.
A taxonomist needs to place every known instance (precancer, in this case) somewhere in the classification.
What precancer classification is currently available?
Dysplasia, in the context of precancer, is somatically inherited nuclear atypia.
Cytologists use the morphologic features of dysplasia to identify precancer cells.
This focus enlarges, shows frank invasion, and is the presumed origin of the cancer that develops from the precancer.
Each precancer concept is assigned one of the precancer classes.
This monthly shedding is what prevents uterine precancer and uterine cancer.
The precancer classification is embodied in an XML file.
The diversity of biological types of precancers calls for the creation of a precancer classification.
If a lesion was considered a putative precancer (even when the evidence seemed doubtful), it was added to the taxonomy.
A Pap test, which detects cervical cancer and cervical precancer (dysplasia).
We need much stronger evidence that this drug can prevent precancer or prevent cancer before it can be advanced into full prevention trials."
The authors collected precancer terms from the UMLS.
Precancer of the uterine lining (endometrial hyperplasia).
"High school and college students were coming in with precancerous lesions," he said.
It is not yet known whether treatment of precancerous lesions must be continued indefinitely.
Experts say this test can detect more than 90 percent of precancerous lesions.
It typically takes 10 to 15 years for a precancerous lesion to develop into definite cancer.
Such activation is believed to be required for a precancerous lesion to turn into cancer.
And in those first few months he'd already found three cancers and several precancerous lesions.
Issues of unclassifiability Not all precancerous lesions fit into a biological group.
It is a precancerous lesion that increases the risk of esophageal cancer.
The new Roche test detects precancerous lesions over 90% of the time.
And recently, his brother, Jim, 55, was treated for a precancerous lesion found on his back.
If you use smokeless tobacco, talk to your doctor about checking for any precancerous lesions.
Doctors can predict the chances that precancerous lesions will develop into cancer, Chen says.
What's more, the numbers of high-grade precancerous lesions found over time in the study didn't significantly differ between the two groups.
Potentially precancerous lesions were nearly twice as common among the women undergoing biopsies in 1984 to 1985.
The thought seems to bother her more than the excisions of the four precancerous lesions she has already endured.
The conventional wisdom was that most precancerous lesions or cases of cervical cancer took 10 to 20 years to develop.
Both vaccines have been shown to prevent potentially precancerous lesions of the cervix.
Screening to detect early cancer or precancerous lesions.
These precancerous lesions are changes in skin that are not cancer but could become cancer over time.
The studies found that half the patients who had precancerous lesions in the upper colon had nothing abnormal lower down.
The white spots may be precancerous lesions.
There are also precancerous lesions called actinic keratoses, which can become cancerous.
Issues of exclusion How does the classification deal with conditions associated with cancer but for which no precancerous lesion is known?
Your first step is to have an evaluation by your dermatologist to exclude precancerous lesions.
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