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  1. health · technology and technical regulations
    vacsaín meileanóma Reference Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
    ga
    melanoma vaccine
    en
    Definition a type of immunotherapy that attempts to stimulate the patient's own immune system to respond to tumour antigens Reference Active Specific Immunotherapy: Melanoma Vaccine, in: Medical Policy Manual, 2000, BlueCross BlueShield of Tennessee
    Comment This vaccine can be prepared in a variety of ways. The vaccine encompasses the removal of tumour cells from the patient's body, modifying them and then reintroducing them into the patient. This vaccine is focused on therapeutic treatment rather than prevention. The use of melanoma vaccine is considered investigational due to a lack of scientific evidence in the medical literature that the vaccine improves net health outcomes.
    vaccin dendritique
    fr
  2. illness
    ailse chraicinn nach meileanóma í Reference Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
    ga
    Context 'Is cóir 50% de na cásanna ailse ionraí, seachas an ailse chraicinn nach meileanóma í, a chlárú laistigh de na chéad 3 mhí tar éis dháta an tarlaithe.' Reference 'Tuarascáil bhliantúil agus cuntais don bhliain dar críoch an 31 Nollaig 2014,' An Chlárlann Náisiúnta Ailse, http://www.ncri.ie/sites/ncri/files/pubs/statements/Tuarascail%20bhliantuil%20agus%20cuntais%202014_0.pdf [11.8.2016]
    Nichtmelanom-Hautkrebs
    de
    white skin cancer | non melanoma skin cancer
    en
    Definition skin cancer that starts in skin cells other than melanocytes11 melanocyte [ IATE:1485261 ] Reference COM-Terminology Coordination, based on:American Cancer Society. What is melanoma skin cancer?, http://www.cancer.org/cancer/skincancer-melanoma/overviewguide/melanoma-skin-cancer-overview-what-is-melanoma [3.3.2015]
    Comment Some types of non-melanoma cancer are:- basal cell cancer1- squamous cell cancer2- Merkel cell cancer- Kaposi sarcoma3 - lymphoma of the skin1 basal cell cancer [ IATE:1496094 ]2 squamous cell cancer [ IATE:1684733 ]3 Kaposi sarcoma [ IATE:1685766 ]
    cancer cutané non mélanomateux
    fr
  3. illness
    meileanóma urchóideach Reference Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
    ga
    meileanóma Reference Faomhadh an téarma seo mar chuid de Thionscadal Lex
    ga
    Carcinoma nigrum | Melanom | Cancer anthracinus | bösartige Melanoma | Carcinoma melanoticum | Nävuszellkarzinom | Carcinoma melanodes | Carcinoma anthracinum | maligne Melanom
    de
    Definition Melanokarzinom Reference Reallex Med
    malignant melanoma | black skin cancer | melanocarcinoma | melanoma | melanoblastoma | MM | melanotic cancer
    en
    Definition malignant tumor of melanocytes which are found predominantly in skin but also in the bowel and the eye Reference Wikipedia > Melanoma, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Melanoma (14.9.2009)
    Comment It is one of the less common types of skin cancer but causes the majority (75%) of skin cancer related deaths. Melanocytes are normally present in skin, being responsible for the production of the dark pigment melanin. Despite many years of intensive laboratory and clinical research, the greatest chance of cure is in the early surgical resection of thin tumours.
    mélanome malin | naevo-carcinome | naevo-cancer | épithélioma naevique | sarcome mélanique | naevus | mélano-sarcome | naevoépithéliome | naevocarcinome | mélanome ectodermique malin | mélanome | mélanoblastome | naevus cellulaire malin | cancer anthracoide | naevocancer | épithélioma cutané mélanique | cancer mélanique | naevus malin
    fr
    Definition mélanoblastome de la peau développé le plus souvent sur un naevus pigmenté ou achromique préexistant, parfois brutalement, à la suite d'irritations répétées Reference Reallex Med ;Rivard, D.,Protection de la couche dozone,1989,RINT
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