The tumor is malignant.
The tumor in Jesse's head isn't malignant. In the sentence, malignant means cancerous. Fortunately, Jesse will be fine after surgery.
The tests show that the tumor is malignant.
The MRI of the patient is characteristic of malignant tumor. The malignant growth of the industries has spoiled the landscape.
(malignant means having an evil influence, malevolent, or dangerous; medically applied to cancer)"Jews became the target of malignant Nazi plans during World War II.""I had fallen into the hands of a malignant fate.""The tumor was malignant, therefore the patient needed more serious treatment."
Malignant is deadly and harmful just to make sureMalignant: Much to the patient's relief, the x-ray revealed no Malignant growth.MalignantNvrstoptxtin:)
The tumor is malignant, which means cancerous, so I'll have to have it removed.
My grandmother had a tumor removed for a biopsy. Fortunately, it was not malignant! (Meaning it was not cancerous)
The cancer had caused the cells to form a tumor; whether it was malignant or benign was unknown.
The tumor was tested and the doctor said it was malignant. That is a great sentence to use since the word means infectious disease.
A malignant tumor is cancerous; a benign tumor is not. The farmer described the soil damage done by the drought as "malignant". Citizens wanted to rid their city of its malignant crime statistics.
Malignant cells are cell that are not in use at the current time.