oncological

ADJECTIVE
  1. of or relating to or practicing oncology
    oncological nurse
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How To Use oncological In A Sentence

  • oncological nurse
  • And so we accept the risk and keep our oncological anxieties in check. The Hazards Of Life On the Edge
  • Beck and his minions would decry the loss of oncological jobs. Santorum plans foreign policy speech in key primary state
  • Also, unlike oncological chemotherapy, invasive cardiology or neurosurgery, for example, psychopharmacology is hardly rocket science.
  • Most of the patients were admitted because of cardiovascular, peripheral vascular, oncological, hepatic, or gastrointestinal disorders.
  • This course may be punctuated by the positive or negative effects of palliative oncological treatment.
  • This technique generally has been avoided in obstetrics and oncological surgery for fear of introducing foreign materials (eg, amniotic fluid, fetal cells, cancer cells) into the circulation with potentially devastating results.
  • Individual entries are now barely worth documenting, and the phenomenon is best appreciated in bulk through websites such as the Daily Mail Oncological Ontology Project and Kill Or Cure, with its alphabetised list: from almonds, apples and artificial light; through horseradish, hot drinks and housework; to wasabi, water, watercress and more. The Daily Mail cancer story that torpedoes itself in paragraph 19
  • Application of sham trials to more complex areas would be more difficult, and it would be mostly prohibitive with respect to oncological surgery.
  • Plasmapheresis has been available for decades and is most commonly used in treatment of systemic lupus erythematosus, myasthenia gravis, sickle cell crisis, and oncological disorders such as lymphoma and multiple myeloma.
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