1(pre-cancerous condition) displasia femenino(of a joint) displasia femeninohip dysplasia — displasia de cadera
- We hope through this audit and by future improvements in screening to meet our target and further reduce the late diagnosis of developmental dysplasia of the hip.
- There was a mild patchy proliferation of duct epithelial cells, but no dysplasia.
- The authors suggest that this phenotype may predispose to the development of fibromuscular dysplasia.
- Although it is not a foregone conclusion that patients with dysplasia will develop cancer, dysplasia remains the best indicator of cancer risk.
- A biopsy can also identify rare cases when cells have progressed from dysplasia into cancer.