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Neoplasms, Glandular and Epithelial

MeSH ID: D009375

DEFINITION: Neoplasms composed of glandular tissue, an aggregation of epithelial cells that elaborate secretions, and of any type of epithelium itself. The concept does not refer to neoplasms located in the various glands or in epithelial tissue.

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blood [Q000097] ; blood supply [Q000098] ; cerebrospinal fluid [Q000134] ; chemically induced [Q000139] ; chemistry [Q000737] ; classification [Q000145] ; complications [Q000150] ; congenital [Q000151] ; diagnosis [Q000175] ; diet therapy [Q000178] ; drug therapy [Q000188] ; economics [Q000191] ; embryology [Q000196] ; enzymology [Q000201] ; epidemiology [Q000453] ; ethnology [Q000208] ; etiology [Q000209] ; genetics [Q000235] ; history [Q000266] ; immunology [Q000276] ; metabolism [Q000378] ; microbiology [Q000382] ; mortality [Q000401] ; nursing [Q000451] ; parasitology [Q000469] ; pathology [Q000473] ; physiopathology [Q000503] ; prevention & control [Q000517] ; psychology [Q000523] ; radiography [Q000530] ; radionuclide imaging [Q000531] ; radiotherapy [Q000532] ; rehabilitation [Q000534] ; secondary [Q000556] ; secretion [Q000557] ; surgery [Q000601] ; therapy [Q000628] ; ultrasonography [Q000736] ; ultrastructure [Q000648] ; urine [Q000652] ; veterinary [Q000662] ; virology [Q000821]

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