Definición de invasive en inglés:

invasive

Silabificación: in·va·sive
Pronunciación: /inˈvāsiv
 
/

adjetivo

  • 1(Especially of plants or a disease) tending to spread prolifically and undesirably or harmfully.
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    • ‘Polyp cancers’ are defined as invasive cancers removed at colonoscopy when colectomy was not carried out
    • Not a single case of invasive cervical cancer was missed with the use of HPV DNA testing in conjunction with cytology.
    • These superficial lesions can also be treated bronchoscopically to prevent progression to invasive cancer.
  • 1.1(Especially of an action or sensation) tending to intrude on a person’s thoughts or privacy: the sound of the piano was invasive
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    • If a statement might be defamatory or invasive of privacy or infringing on the publicity of a live person, I don't think that statement should be used regarding a dead celebrity.
    • All these government programs are invasive of privacy, paternalistic, demeaning, and inefficient.
    • Eavesdropping is difficult, time-consuming and invasive of privacy.
  • 1.2(Of medical procedures) involving the introduction of instruments or other objects into the body or body cavities: minimally invasive surgery
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    • The importance of asepsis and sterilization of instruments and supplies for invasive procedures became widely accepted.
    • It also may be used in other ambulatory settings that perform surgery or other invasive procedures.
    • Junior nurses and healthcare assistants more involved in physical care seemed able to recognise that there was more to care than drugs, surgery, and invasive procedures.

Derivativos

invasively

adverbio
Más ejemplos en oraciones
  • Indices of diastolic dysfunction can be obtained non-invasively with Doppler echocardiography or invasively with cardiac catheterisation and measurement of left ventricular pressure changes.
  • Many kidney conditions can now be treated less invasively by a percutaneous approach through the loin, retrograde approaches through the urethra, bladder, and ureter, or laparoscopy.
  • Although not definitive, recent studies have shown that early initiation of lipid-lowering therapy is safe and effective in both medically and invasively treated patients.

invasiveness

sustantivo

Origen

late Middle English: from obsolete French invasif, -ive or medieval Latin invasivus, from Latin invadere (see invade).

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