nonmalignant


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CA19-9 can be increased in malignant and nonmalignant disease.
The researchers also discovered new insights how cells make transition from nonmalignant to metastatic, a process not very well understood.
They compared the safety profiles of different opioids for the treatment of nonmalignant pain in elderly patients because "relatively little attention has been paid" to this issue even though the use of these drugs has increased by 50%-100% in recent years.
But despite evidence of efficacy and low toxicity, many pain physicians have stopped prescribing opioids for chronic nonmalignant pain.
A significant reduction in total asbestos claim liabilities is not likely because the increase in payments made to malignant claimants largely will offset the reductions expected from the nonmalignant claimants.
Expression of RLIP76 was found to be greater in malignant cells than in nonmalignant cells.
FIXING FIBROIDS Uterine fibroids are nonmalignant tumors that can impair fertility and sometimes cause pain, heavy menstrual bleeding, and urinary frequency.
Mandrell had a nonmalignant tumor pushing up under the nail on her left big toe, resulting in surgery that kept her sidelined for almost six weeks.
9 million study, conducted by the Tulane University Medical Center on behalf of 19 trade associations, examined the nonmalignant respiratory effects of wood dust.
Change to opioids for nonmalignant pain if usual drugs aren't working;
We started a nurse lead opiate renewal clinic within our primary care team for patients with chronic nonmalignant pain on opiates.
People cannot bring or maintain a claim based on a nonmalignant condition unless their exposure to asbestos meets a "substantial contributing factor" test, which changes the rules for thousands of pending claims.