- marked by a tendency to spread especially into healthy tissue
"invasive cancer cells"
- relating to a technique in which the body is entered by puncture or incision
- HAEMOPHILUS MENINGITIS, INVASIVE DISEASE
- MENINGOCCOCAL DISEASE, INVASIVE
- PNEUMOCOCCAL INVASIVE DISEASE(S)
- Pest risk analysis — invasive pests
- Environmental impact of invasive non-indigenous species
- Non-invasive or minimally invasive methods such as noting physical differences, ringing with either closed or split rings and staining or dyeing the feathers are preferable to more invasive techniques such as electronic tagging or wing tagging.
- Invasive, potentially painful procedures should be accompanied both by analgesia and anaesthesia.
- Abundance and state characterisation of non-indigenous species, in particular invasive species
- monitoring ECG with non-invasive techniques with minimal or no restraint of habituated animals;
- assessing body composition by non-invasive measures and with minimal restraint;
- non-invasive imaging of animals (e.g. MRI) with appropriate sedation or anaesthesia;
- Non- or minimally-invasive and quantitative methods and quality assurance aspects will be emphasised.
- Interventional cardiology devices are designed to treat, through minimally invasive procedures, coronary artery diseases.
- pest risk analysis for certain invasive plants relevant to the French overseas departments,
- Detection, diagnosis and monitoring: with emphasis on non-invasive or minimally invasive approaches and technologies such as new preventive tools for regenerative medicine (e.g. through molecular imaging and diagnostics).