- From dysplas(is)- (see dysplasia) + -tic (a formative ending in Greek used for forming adjectives) (Wiktionary)
“Some melanomas — a more serious form of skin cancer that kills 8,700 Americans a year — also begin as precancerous moles, called dysplastic nevi, Rigel says.”
“This showed the first stage of colon cancer, called a dysplastic crypt.”
“Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center, which are associated with developing melanoma, include a strong family history of melanoma, a personal history of other types of skin cancer, and the existence of atypical moles known as dysplastic nevi.”
“Another type of skin mole is called dysplastic nevi, is usually larger than the average, and has an irregularly shaped appearance to them.”
“Of the dogs the OFA scored as "dysplastic," all had hip laxity above the”
“Neonatal blue-light phototherapy could increase the risk of dysplastic nevus development.”
“Kiddoo D, Bellah RD, Carr MC: Cross-fused ectopic multicystic dysplastic kidney with associated hydrocele.”
“Researchers, led by Ohio State University, were able to show that freeze-dried strawberries slowed the growth of dysplastic, or precancerous, lesions in about 30 people who consumed the fruit for six months.”
“I had a similar situation recently with a new spot on the other side of my nose - we decided to take it off anyway, and it was indeed dysplastic and so we then froze the spot.”
“There are benign melanocytic nevi or normal moles, and dysplastic nevi, which have abnormal growth patterns.”
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List of words, mostly adjectives, that end in -plastic.
Ironic that in this list "plastic", contrary to its definition, remains fixed and immutable at the end of each word. Only the ac...
A roster of adjectives that infrequently surface in typical conversation and writing. Many are dredged from scientific or other technical jargon or sieved from examples of disused archaic forms.
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