lesion : Definition, Usages, News and More

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  • n  any localized abnormal structural change in a bodily part
  • n  an injury to living tissue (especially an injury involving a cut or break in the skin)

  • Thomas' study was not designed to tease out why these scalp and neck lesions are particularly dangerous, but she notes that those areas are crisscrossed with extensive lymph and .
  • Colon cancer is easily treated, and even cured in some cases, if lesions are caught early.
  • If the lesion is in a location where surgeons can remove it easily, then he has a good chance of controlling the cancer with additional chemotherapy and radiation.

  • Andrea Pirlo in ESPN
    Over the last few days I have been recovering and I feel less pain,Pirlo told Gazzetta dello Sport. "The situation is encouraging as the lesion has started to heal. I have faith, even though the return will be defined step by step."
  • Samuel Johnson in Reuters
    Novalis Tx radiosurgery treatments take from 15 minutes for a single brain lesion to 45 minutes for the simultaneous treatment of multiple brain metastases,said Dr. Johnson. "Lung treatments are taking 25-30 minutes with gating; less time...
  • Claude Puel in USA Today
    The checkups he had this morning are reassuring, Lyon's coach Claude Puel said on Monday during a press conference. "There is no muscular or bony lesion. It's just a big blow. He will miss the French Cup encounter on Wednesday at Lille and...

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