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  1. ... there is no real relapse, but an uninterrupted growth of the neoplasm. The only ... is decidedly accelerated. It seems as if, by the active interference, ...
  2. ... or abnormal toenails. Some affected individuals have rapid (accelerated) growth.</html:p></html></text></text-list><inheritance-pattern- ...
  3. ... symptoms emerge.[ 1 , 2 ] Virilization. Virilization (pubic hair, accelerated growth, enlarged penis, clitoromegaly, hirsutism, and acne) caused by ...
  4. ... review – see Gandini 2011. [ PubMed : 9553446 ] Sandyk R. Accelerated growth of malignant melanoma by levodopa in Parkinson's ...
  5. ... in prognosis. In addition, there appears to be accelerated growth in BRCA1 -associated breast cancer, which is suggested ...
  6. ... selection bias and small sample size. Evidence (subsequent neoplasm risk after growth hormone deficiency replacement therapy): One study evaluated 361 ...
  7. ... sis). Same as Nearthrosis. Neoforma'lion. A new growth; neoplasm. Neomem'brane (ne-o-mem'bran). A false ... Venous n., one composed mainly of veins. New growth. A neoplasm or neoformation. New'ton���s rings. Concentric colored rings ...
  8. ... SPLEEN.���PANCREAS.���WOUNDS OF THE ABDOMEN AND VISCERA. Neoplasms.���New growths of the liver are not of very common ... prominent symptom in the earlier history of this neoplasm, but, after the growth attains a sufficient bulk, it causes more or ...
  9. NLM Digital Collections - The surgery of the head and neck 
    Publication: [San Francisco] : Published by the author, c1896
    ... radical removal by the knife, like a keloid growth, the neoplasm soon reappeared. In such a case non-intervention ... or facility in the removal of the laryngeal neoplasm: thus, the growth with footstalk can easily be plucked from its ...
  10. ... system is the seat of disease, usually a neoplasm or growth of connective tissue in the neuroglia, which affects ... really and actually. Mercury does break down such growths, and the detritus is ... the syphilitic neoplasm is in intimate relations with lymphatics, or a ...
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