Examples of malignancy in a Sentence
the malignancy of the tumor
The test revealed a malignancy in the patient's chest.
Recent Examples of malignancy from the Web
For McGrath, the malignancy formed a tumor on a joint near his upper jaw, directly behind the cheekbone.
But as with other new immune therapies, CTL019 has led to some miraculous results in patients—in some cases, curing otherwise surely lethal malignancies outright.
A CT scan revealed a mass in his brain, a tumor that doctors at Connecticut Children's Medical Center say is now the most common malignancy in children, and sometimes the worst.
A financial counselor at her oncologist’s office told Dray about CancerCare, as well as programs available from the American Cancer Society and Stupid Cancer, an advocacy and aid group for young adults fighting malignancies.
Location, location, location - but maybe less for tumors: For the first time, the FDA recently approved a cancer drug for any malignancy based on tumors' genetic defects.
It later was cleared for several other malignancies.
Three groups of volunteers were recruited: 10 colon cancer patients whose tumors had the genetic problem; 18 colon cancer patients without it; and 7 patients with other malignancies with the defect.
The problem occurs in up to 20 percent of colon cancers and about 40 percent of endometrial malignancies - cancer in the lining of the uterus.
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First Known Use of malignancy
MALIGNANCY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of malignancy for English Language Learners
medical + formal : a malignant quality or state
medical : a tumor that is malignant
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