mass of cancer or "harmful" cells that may invade surrounding tissue
tumors that invade contiguous tissues and may metastasize to distant sites, where new populations of malignant tumor cells grow and again invade and metastasize.
A tumor whose cells can invade surrounding tissues and spread to other organs.
Cancer that grows uncontrollably and can spread to other parts of the body; if left untreated it leads to death.
A mass of cancer cells. These cells have uncontrolled growth and will invade surrounding tissues and spread to distant sites of the body, setting up new cancer sites, a process called metastasis.
A tumor containing cancer cells that can spread to other organs and parts of the body.
a tumor that invades healthy tissue to result in cancer and that can spread to other part of the body.
Cancerous cells that break away from the tissue of origin and eventually produce secondary tumor in other parts of the body.
A form of cancer characterized by rapid cell growth and the spread of cancer cells throughout the body.
a tumor that is malignant and tends to spread to other parts of the body
a continual and abnormal growth of a cell group in one of the body's organs which leads in the end to the destruction of that organ where it started and then spreads to others
a group breast augmentation of cancer cells
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a group of cancer cells breast lumps are not cancerous that is they are benign
a growth of tissue that forms an abnormal mass
a lump or growth of tissue made up from cancer cells which continue to multiply
A deadly growth that has no physiologic purpose.
A cancerous growth.
A neoplasm (abnormal growth of new tissue) that tends to grow, invade and metastasize.
A tumor made up of cancer cells of the type that would spread to other parts of the body. This type of tumor needs treatment.
A tumor that is cancerous and has the ability to grow and metastasize (spread).
A tumor made up of cancer cells of the type that would spread to other parts of the body and/or invades into adjacent normal tissue.
A tumor which is cancerous.
Cancerous; a growth with a tendency to invade and destroy nearby tissue and spread ( metastasize) to other parts of the body.
A cancerous tumor which has the ability to invade surrounding tissue or other parts of the body.
a mass of cancer cells that may invade surrounding tissues or spread to distant areas of the body.
A cancerous tumor that invades nearby tissues thereby eventually causing damage to vital organs.
A growth of abnormal cells that is cancerous. Malignant tumors invade other cells and spread to other parts of the body.
Cancer; a tumor that is resistant to treatment and frequently causes death; a tumor that has the potential for uncontrolled growth and dissemination or recurrence, or both.
cancerous tumor, likely to penetrate the tissues or organ in which it originated as well as move to other sites.
A mass of cancer cells that may spread to other parts of the body.
(cancer) A tumor that invades surrounding normal tissue and can spread (metastasize) to other tissues.
Refers to cancer. A new growth of tissue (tumor) in which the cells multiply uncontrollably, with a potential for spreading from one organ to other parts of the body and unless neutralized will eventually result in death.
A cancer that has the potential of invading nearby tissues, spreading to other organs (metastasizing) and possibly leading to the patient's death.
An abnormal growth of tissue which can invade adjacent or distant tissues.
A mass of cancerous cells that have left their site of origin, migrated through the body, invaded normal tissues, and are growing out of control.
A tumor that is cancerous that can grow and spread
a tumor whose cells spread throughout the body
A malignant tumor is a growth made up of cancerous cells that can invade surrounding tissue or move to other parts of the body.