Malignant

Cancerous growth.

malignant

As applied to tumours means that the primary tumour has the capacity to show metastatic spread (metastasise). Implies loss of both growth controland positional control.

Malignant

Adjective describing cells in a cancerous growth. See tumour.

Malignant

A type of tumour which invades surrounding tissue and is no longer controlled by the organism on which it is growing; contrast with benign.

Malignant

• (n.) A man of extrems enmity or evil intentions. • (a.) Tending to produce death; threatening a fatal issue; virulent; as, malignant diphtheria. • (a.) Disposed to do harm, inflict suffering, or cause distress; actuated by extreme malevolence or enmity; virulently inimical; bent on evil; malicious. • (a.) Characterized or caus...
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malignant

<oncology> Tending to become progressively worse and to result in death. Having the properties of anaplasia, invasion and metastasis, said of tumours. ... Origin: L. Malignans = acting maliciously ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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malignant

(L. malignans acting maliciously) tending to become progressively worse and to result in death. Having the properties of anaplasia, invasion, and metastasis; said of tumours.
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malignant

(mә-lig´nәnt) having the properties of anaplasia, invasiveness, and metastasis; said of tumors. tending to become progressively worse and to result in death.
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Malignant

Ma·lig'nant adjective [ Latin malignans , -antis , present participle of malignare , malignari , to do or make maliciously. See Malign , and confer Benignant .] 1. Disposed to do harm, inflict suffering, or cause distress; actuated by extreme malevol...
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malignant

A cancer that has high possibility for spread.
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malignant

a condition that is severe, harmful, or resistant to treatment. Contrast with benign.
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Malignant

A term applied to any disease of a virulent and fatal nature; but often used to describe cancerous tumours or cancer
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Malignant

a word used to describe a condition that is characterised by uncontrolled growth and/or that can be fatal, such as a cancerous tumour
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malignant

Adjective describing cells in a cancerous growth. See tumour.
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Malignant

Another term for cancerous cells and commonly refers to a malignant tumor, the main characteristic of which is that it is likely to penetrate the tissues or organ in which it originated as well as move to other sites.
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Malignant

Another word for cancerous.
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malignant

antonym benign
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Malignant

Cancer that has the ability to spread to other parts of the body, eventually causing disability or death.
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Malignant

Cancerous or able to metastasize (spread). Pronunciation: muh-LIG-nant • (adjective)Also Known As: MetastaticExamples: John learned he had a malignant tumor after it spread to his liver.
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Malignant

Cancerous.
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Malignant

Cancerous. A tumor that has great potential to invade surrounding tissues and spread to other parts of the body, causing a condition to worsen. If the tumor can not be removed, cancerous cells will continue to spread and death is likely.
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malignant

Cancerous. Malignant cells can invade and destroy nearby tissue and spread to other parts of the body.
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Malignant

Cancerous. Malignant tumors can invade and destroy nearby tissue and spread (metastasize) to other parts of the body.
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Malignant

Cancerous. Malignant tumors can invade and destroy nearby tissue and spread (metastasize) to other parts of the body.
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Malignant

Cancerous. Malignant tumours can invade and destroy surrounding tissue and have the capacity to spread.
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