LCIS


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AcronymDefinition
LCISLobular Carcinoma in Situ
LCISLocal Community Insurance Services (Australia)
LCISLaboratory of Cryptography and Information Security (University of Tsukuba; Japan)
LCISLight Chain Isotype Suppression
LCISLandscape Contractor's Insurance Services (Fresno, California)
LCISLow Cost Industrial Supply
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Manufacturing LCIs should be based on a data collection and reporting parameter that best represents the function and mechanisms of the transformation process; the selected parameter should be used for the functional unit and as the basis of data scaling.
For a 30-mL urine sample testing positive for both MMP-9 and ADAM12, the probability that the sample belonged to a woman with LCIS or atypical hyperplasia was 100%.
chance of developing cancer in the opposite breast, with a 30% overall chance of developing cancer in either breast during the 20 years after LCIS was discovered.[21,22] Furthermore, a woman with LCIS has 9 times the risk of developing breast cancer than other women and is at an 11 times greater risk of dying from breast cancer.[23] This means that while the majority of women with LCIS will not go on to develop breast cancer, it is certainly a risk factor.
In particular, 63% of respondents report margins for classical LCIS, and 42% report margin status for ADH.
Besides, FEA can upgrade to another high-risk lesion (ALH or LCIS) by 36%.
Our primary chemoprevention group had a significantly higher incidence of AH (44%) and LCIS (22%) than the nonchemoprevention group which had 2% incidence of AH and 1% incidence of LCIS (p < 0.0001 and p < 0.0001).
The life-cycle inventory (LCI) is based on data collected in 2010 through surveys with CCL, which uses trees from Forest Stewardship Council (FSC--certified woodlands located between the 48th and 52nd northern parallels in Quebec's central boreal forest.
Based on these trials, menopausal women considered at high risk might include those with a Gall risk score of at least 1.66% (ie, risk of developing breast cancer in 5 years), age 60 years or older, and women with biopsy results demonstrating atypical hyperplasia or Iobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS).
On February 17, the navy sent in a squadron of 12 wooden gunboats--Landing Craft, Infantry (LCIs), with 20mm and 40mm guns--to cover frogmen looking for underwater obstacles.
Atypical ductal hyperplasia (ADH), lobular carcinoma in situ (LCIS) and atypical lobular hyperplasia (ALH) may also present with calcifications which may exhibit high density, clustered punctuate calcification and tend to lack the characteristic features of DCIS such as rod shapes, ductal distribution and branching.
If a urine sample tested positive for both MMP-9 and ADAM12, the probability that the woman had LCIS or atypical hyperplasia was 100%.
For a 30-[micro]L urine sample testing positive for both MMP-9 and ADAM12, the probability that the sample belonged to a woman with LCIS or atypical hyperplasia was 100%.