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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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  1. pathway is critical in understanding that metastases can occur from metastases. A small
  2. on brain metastases.
  3. present, this was a case of advanced melanoma with multiple metastases to the brain.
  4. tumor, spreading throughout the body as multiple smaller metastases, that continue to spread,
  5. In the case of ovarian cancer, the most common sites where metastases appear are:
  6. If metastases compress small channels that lead bile within the liver,
  7. eventually appearing multiple metastases, which will gradually grow
  8. If tumor cells grow inside bone, when metastases become very large they can break the layer
  9. An special case of bone metastases occurs when they affect vertebrae
  10. cough, hemoptysis or dyspnoea if metastases are located in the lungs;
  11. allow cancer cells to exit into the circulation as metastases.
  12. bone metastases,
  13. nodes, and if so, how many, and then M--this is metastases, or travel to distant sites,
  14. you also had liver metastases
  15. I had liver metastases
  16. but of metastases going to skeletal muscle.
  17. And what metastases are is when the tumor --
  18. But then again, this fact that the metastases
  19. the more likely it is to get cancer or to get metastases.
  20. muscle, was that it had reported 16 percent of micro-metastases