The opposite of malignant is 'benign'.
Benign is the opposite of malignant
No, that's the opposite, most malignant cells have lost their ability to undergo apoptosis.
If you are talking about cancer, essentially yes. Malignant means the cells are spreading to other parts of the body. (Bad.) While benign means it is contained in one area. (Less bad.)
Malignant would be the main answer, but another possible one is Cancerous.
Two types of tumors are benign and malignant tumors. Benign tumors are usually harmless and grow at a slow rate. However, they can grow larger and become problematic. Malignant tumors are the opposite, growing at a fast rate and causing serious health problems.
Yes, cancers are, by definition, malignant tumours. So a malignant tumour is a cancer, a cancer is a malignant tumour. All malignant tumours are cancer, but not all tumours are malignant. Tumour can either be malignant (=cancer) or bening.
Malignant is deadly and harmful just to make sure Malignant: Much to the patient's relief, the x-ray revealed no Malignant growth. Malignant Nvrstoptxtin:)
There is no specific amount of time for malignant tendencies to turn malignant. If they are going to become malignant, they will usually do so within months.
Cancer by definition is malignant. A tumour can be malignant or benign.
The MRI of the patient is characteristic of malignant tumor. The malignant growth of the industries has spoiled the landscape.
The tumor in her heart is malignant. His gaze had a malignant feel to it.
"She had a malignant tumor."
No, a neoplasm can be benign or malignant.
If it is truly a Cancer, it is malignant
The malignant tumor was discovered during the MRI. The dethroned prince had malignant plans for his enemies.
(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."
It depends. Some narcissists are subtle and not very malignant. Others are malignant. The malignant ones can be very abusive.
The tumor in Jesse's head isn't malignant. In the sentence, malignant means cancerous. Fortunately, Jesse will be fine after surgery.
Premalignant cancer means that the tumor is not quite malignant; this is a broad definition, but it can become malignant.
All skin cancers are malignant - that is what a cancer is, a malignant growth. There is no such thing as a "benign malignancy".
Hypothermia, no. Malignant hyperthermia, yes.
The tests show that the tumor is malignant.
Yes, cancers are malignant.
The antonym for the word malignant is benign.
The noun for for the adjective malignant is malignancy.
A malignant gene is one that can produce a cancer.
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.
The oncologist informed her patient that the tumor was malignant.
He stared at me with a malignant expression on his face.
Malignant is a medical term used to describe a severe and progressively worsening disease.This term is most familiar as a description of cancer
Malignant hypertension is not cancerous.
Carcinoma's are the largest group of malignant neoplasms.
Malignant melanoma may develop anywhere on the body.
Wilms' tumor is a type of malignant tumor
Malignant brain tumors do not have distinct borders
benign means cancerous cell which cannot expand & malignant means cancerous cell which get expand. malignant is dangerous than benign.
Cervical cancer is malignant as they invade tissues and organs
Some are benign, and some are malignant. This is an issue for your doctor to deal with.
Yes they do. That's why they are called malignant. If they did not metastasize, they would be benign.
A malignant cell is a cancer cell. Once that is growing out of control. No malignant cell means the absence of cancer cells. This means the observed cells are healthy.
By the very definition 'malignant', absolutely. Malignant tumors contain carcinoma - or cancer. If left unchecked, they grow bigger, metastasize, and new tumors will grow elsewhere.
The TNM classification system is designed to classify malignant tumors
Myosarcoma is a malignant muscle tumor. myosarcoma
Benign brain tumors sometimes become malignant
Cancer (medical term: malignant neoplasm) carcinoma
A carcinoma is a malignant tumor that occurs in epithelial tissue.
A malignant tumour means that it is a tumour which has cancer