invasive


Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical, Encyclopedia, Wikipedia.
Related to invasive: invasive lobular carcinoma, Invasive candidiasis
References in periodicals archive ?
1 Asia-Pacific & Emerging Minimally Invasive Surgery Spinal Device Market
Although NSAIDs may neither alter the risk of developing an invasive GAS infection nor accelerate an established infection, these drugs can mollify the signs and symptoms of streptococcal infection, possibly delaying appropriate management and treatment (3).
While we support the planting of suitable non-natives, we never encourage the planting of invasive species (which can be native or not).
Recently, there has also been more invasive fungus found in the Santa Clara River, thanks to the African clawed frog.
The nonprofit Nature Conservancy owns some 1,500 preserves around the nation, where combating invasive species is a top priority, notes Rice.
G]enital HSV-2 infection may act in conjunction with HPV infection to modestly increase the risk of invasive cervical cancer," the investigators comment.
4: ASP by Indication, Minimally Invasive Spinal Thoracolumbar Fixation Market, China,
In conclusion, the identification of all organisms involved in polymicrobial invasive infections may require cultures of specimens from all accessible septic loci.
It's important that the Invasive Species Council address trade issues as it coordinates the dozens of federal agencies with a stake in the battle against exotic species, says biologist Daniel Simberloff of the University of Tennessee in Knoxville.
As a result, many more patients than before will now be able to benefit from Gamma Knife surgery instead of more risky and invasive procedures and we are proud to partner with The London Gamma Knife Centre in this quest", commented Olof Sanden, Vice President and head of Elekta's market region Europe.
Increasingly, outbreaks of invasive GAS are recognized in long-term care facilities (5-10).

Full browser ?