|poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma means||0.08||0.7||9378||14|
|poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma meaning||0.21||0.2||4694||29|
|well to poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma||0.11||0.4||7297||36|
|poorly differentiated invasive adenocarcinoma||1.67||0.4||4901||63|
|moderately differentiated adenocarcinoma mean||1.61||0.6||7562||77|
|what is well differentiated adenocarcinoma||1.22||0.9||5988||89|
|adenocarcinoma well differentiated meaning||1.33||0.6||639||16|
|well differentiated adenocarcinoma definition||1.54||0.9||4803||66|
|poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma colon||1.7||0.7||5759||91|
|well differentiated adenocarcinoma in adenoma||0.25||0.5||8226||33|
|moderately well differentiated adenocarcinoma||1.75||0.9||9515||21|
|poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma 意味||0.25||0.6||9190||50|
|poorly differentiated carcinoma means||0.53||0.5||9340||39|
|poorly differentiated adenocarcinoma lung||1.22||1||6445||5|
|well differentiated invasive adenocarcinoma||1.67||0.9||1238||69|
|poorly differentiated carcinoma definition||0.32||0.5||7272||8|
|poorly differentiated carcinoma meaning||0.89||0.2||2483||16|
|what is a poorly differentiated carcinoma||1.5||0.8||4509||3|
differentiated means that the cells look similar to the tissue of origin, in this case lung cells. Poorly differentiated means that the cells have little resemblance or look less like the cells of origin. Sometimes cells look so unlike any other tissue cells that it is difficult to tell where the tumor originated.What does it mean moderately differentiated?
This means that the tumor cells don't look like normal cells. They're disorganized under the microscope and tend to grow and spread faster than grade I tumors. Cancer cells that don't look well-differentiated or poorly differentiated are called moderately differentiated, or grade II.What is the abbreviation for poorly differentiated?
What is the abbreviation for Poorly Differentiated? What does PD stand for? PD abbreviation stands for Poorly Differentiated.What does moderately diffentiated mean?
This means that the tumor cells don’t look like normal cells. They’re disorganized under the microscope and tend to grow and spread faster than grade I tumors. Cancer cells that don’t look well-differentiated or poorly differentiated are called moderately differentiated, or grade II.