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By DataStellar Co., Ltd
1. Act of taking measurements, using meaningful standardized units to quantify values. For example, one measures dimensions to quantify length, width, weight, mass, and the like. 2. Calculated actions taken to remedy a situation or condition. For example, a company takes appropriate measures to spur its growth by borrowing money from a bank to fund its strategy. 3. Standardized, calculated units. For example, liquid measures are measured in fluid ounces or liters.
By Henry Campbell Black
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- Malignant lymphoma in which neoplastic cells diffusely infiltrate the entire lymph node without any definite organized Patients whose lymphomas present a diffuse pattern generally have more unfavorable survival outlook than those presenting with follicular or nodular pattern.