Definition of Leukoplakias

1. Noun. (plural of leukoplakia) ¹



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Definition of Leukoplakias

1. leukoplakia [n] - See also: leukoplakia

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Leukoplakias

leukopathia
leukopathia unguis
leukopathy
leukopedesis
leukopenia
leukopenias
leukopenic
leukopenic factor
leukopenic index
leukopenic leukaemia
leukophlegmasia
leukophlegmasia dolens
leukophobia
leukoplakias (current term)
leukoplakic
leukopoieses
leukopoiesis
leukopoietic
leukoprotease
leukoreduced
leukoreduction
leukoriboflavin
leukorrhagia
leukorrheal
leukorrheas

Literary usage of Leukoplakias

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1. Control of Tobacco-related Cancers and Other Diseases: Proceedings of an by Prakash C. Gupta, James E. Hamner, P. R. Murti (1992)
"Some 75% of the leukoplakias in this region were homogeneous, 20% ulcerated ... Ulcerated leukoplakias are associated with bidi smoking and are generally ..."

2. A Lifelong Passion: Nicholas and Alexandra: Their Own Story by Andrei Maylunas (2005)
"After 6 months of treatment, remission of leukoplakias in Group I (14.8%) and ... The development of new leukoplakias during the 6-month period was strongly ..."

3. Smokeless Tobacco Or Health: An International Perspective by DIANE Publishing Company (1993)
"The malignant transformation rate was highest in nodular leukoplakias (21.0 ... leukoplakias associated with betel quid chewing were less persistent (25 ..."

4. Tobacco Effects In The Mouth by Robert E. Mecklenburg (1995)
"In one study, 26 percent of leukoplakias were biopsied. Of these leukoplakias, histologi- cal examination showed 14 percent to be epithelial dysplasia and ..."

5. Preventing Tobacco Use Among Young People: A Report of the Surgeon General by M. Joycelyn Elders (1997)
"Oral leukoplakias carry a five-year malignant transformation potential of about 5 percent (Pindborg 1980,1985; Bouquot 1987, 1991). If smokeless tobacco use ..."

6. The American Journal of Obstetrics and Diseases of Women and Children (1916)
"AMERICAN GYNECOLOGICAL SOCIETY adenocarcinoma. There were leukoplakias which were prototypes of adult ..."

7. Progressive Medicine by Hobart Amory Hare (1917)
"... inflammatory overgrowths, warts and polyps of mucocutaneous junctions, numerous leukoplakias, cervical erosions, nevi and many accessible benign tumors. ..."

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