Recent Examples of noncancerous from the Web
At first, though, I was left with an oblong mole — a noncancerous one, thank goodness — with an obvious demarcation where it had been stitched together (pictured below).
In March, Kevin Cole — today’s leading piano interpreter of music by George Gershwin and contemporaries — endured an eight-hour surgery to remove a noncancerous tumor from his brain.
Doctors not involved in the first lady’s care said embolization is commonly used to remove a type of noncancerous kidney tumor called an angiomylipoma.
Doctors not involved in Mrs. Trump's care but familiar with the procedure said embolization most likely was used to remove a type of noncancerous kidney tumor called an angiomylipoma.
For example, noncancerous cells can sometimes produce frameshifts but, Stanton says, such cells tend to be abnormal and would be destroyed anyway.
Urologists with no personal knowledge of Mrs. Trump’s condition said the most likely explanation for the procedure is a kind of noncancerous kidney tumor called an angiomyolipoma.
Two urologists who have no personal knowledge of Mrs. Trump’s condition said the most likely explanation for the embolization procedure is a type of noncancerous kidney tumor called an angiomyolipoma.
Last summer, Boughton had a noncancerous brain tumor the size of a lemon removed from behind his left ear.
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medical Definition of noncancerous
- noncancerous patients
- noncancerous tumors
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