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  • n. Plural form of tumour.

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Examples

  • He adds: "Red light can only travel through 5-6mm tissue, but activating the nanoparticles in tumours inside the body, such as in the gut, could be done by using a fibre optic cable to shine the laser on the cancer target."

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  • Anti-antibodies have been attempted as treatment of certain tumours of the human immune system.

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  • Sweden has continued on the same lines and he has studied, amongst other things, the effect of X-rays on the formation of nucleic acid in tumours and in normal organs, and iron transport in healthy and cancerous organisms; this work is supported by the

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  • The blurb goes on to say it will help treat conditions from eczema to brain tumours.

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  • He found the level of white blood cells - the cells of the immune system - inside their tumours was a strong predictor of recovery.

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  • "The cell loses the ability to suppress tumours, which is part of the immune system," said Mayo Clinic spokeswoman Bob Nellis.

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  • Tinnitus can be caused by, and be an indicator of, many different auditory or medical conditions ranging from simple impaction of wax against the eardrum to less common, but more serious conditions such as tumours that press on the auditory nerve.

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  • Adipose and other kind of tumours occurring in the axilla beneath the fascia, and in close contact with the main vessels, have been known to obstruct these vessels to such a degree, as to require the collateral or anastomatic circulation to be set up for the support; of the limb.

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  • Certain types of head troubles, such as tumours on the brain, may cause blindness.

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  • November 21st, 2009 LONDON - Physicians currently insert camera-equipped endoscopes into patients to hunt for visible abnormalities, such as tumours, on internal organs.

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