Characteristics of Benign and Malignant Neoplasms


Cell characteristics:

(Bengin) Well-differentiated cells that resemble cells in the tissue of organs

(Malignant) Undifferentiated; the anaplasia and atypical structure that often bears little reseblance to the cells in the tissue of the origin

Rate of growth:

(Bengin) Usually slow and progressive; may come to standstill or regress


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