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The International Phonetic Alphabet (IPA) is an alphabetic system of phonetic notation based primarily on the Latin alphabet. With phonetic transcriptions, dictionarie tell you about the pronunciation of words, because the spelling of an English word does not tell you how you should pronounce it. Below is the phonetic transcription of metastases:

Derived Form of metastases

root word: metastasis
plural: metastases
Noun: metastasis
the spreading of a disease to another part of the body
Type ofpathologic process*, pathological process*,
See alsometastasize, metastatic,

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  2. And the other one is metastases.
  3. And metastases always happens through
  4. who in 1858 pointed out that the metastases of cancer resembled the primary tumors,
  5. as if the metastases and the primary tumors might have a common origin.
  6. It had previously been believed that what we call a metastases might be tumors of independent origin.
  7. and cancer pain from bone metastases,
  8. when the metastases get to your bones,
  9. He had metastases in his right buttock,
  10. Suzanna van de Hunnen seemed to have recovered fully from ovarian cancer, until metastases were found in late 2006.
  11. Myocardial metastases.
  13. more like metastases.
  14. cancers, metastases. I know work is going on to do that but we have to think systematically
  15. And when I always think of metastases,
  16. Testicular cancer with widespread metastases.
  17. to rule out any nodal metastases.
  18. Not a story of one mass followed by, later in time, a lot of other distant metastases.
  19. metastases, an active pulmonary embolism, an untreated pneumothorax, a bone density
  20. And many, many cases of Ewing's sarcoma have micro-metastases