Adjective(1) relating to a technique in which the body is entered by puncture or incision(2) marked by a tendency to spread especially into healthy tissue(3) involving invasion or aggressive attack(4) gradually intrusive without right or permission
(1) At the same time, the likelihood of harm from false-positive results and invasive procedures and treatment is substantial.(2) Some of these women regret entering a conveyor belt process that ends up with an invasive procedure that causes a high rate of fetal loss.(3) So it's a little bit invasive right now, and we have no privacy.(4) But minimally invasive procedures, using instruments controlled by humans, have their limitations.(5) If a statement might be defamatory or invasive of privacy or infringing on the publicity of a live person, I don't think that statement should be used regarding a dead celebrity.(6) No cases of invasive cervical cancer occurred in women who had at least three previously normal Pap tests.(7) Data retention is an invasive tool that interferes with the private lives of all 450 million people in the European Union.(8) Amphotericin B is the cornerstone for treatment of invasive fungal infections, especially in neutropenic patients(9) ├ö├ç├┐Polyp cancers├ö├ç├û are defined as invasive cancers removed at colonoscopy when colectomy was not carried out(10) The new policy had the potential to touch many areas in the hospital because invasive procedures are performed in a variety of settings.(11) There was invasive cancer in the cyst wall and the adjacent solid areas.(12) These lesions can progress to carcinoma in situ and then to invasive cancer.(13) Historically, a privacy invasion would have seemed greatest when a physically invasive observation took place.(14) Infants born after very short gestations and require intensive care and undergo invasive procedures are most at risk.(15) Patients maintained on warfarin may occasionally need to stop anticoagulant therapy during invasive procedures.(16) But since the plant's seeds are sterile, the grass does not spread like an invasive species.
(1) invasive species :: rhywogaethau ymledol
1. incursive ::
Different Formsinvasive, noninvasive
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This suggests some sort of INVASIVE
medical test, like perhaps a colonoscopy.
The Big Bang Theory Season 2, Episode 15
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