afin - afin
costohepatic - liver
Dysplasia is when the cells have abnormalities either in their morphology or in their functionality. Dysplasia is caused by damage to cells mainly in their genetic code (DNA). Apply the costhepatic - liver pair.
If the degenerative process continues it can lead to an accelerated growth of the cells: hyperplasia or neoplasia.
The afin= pair has antineoplastic effect, minimizes tumor growth (infradiaphragmatic), it can also be located on the popliteal gap.
The neoplasm is the formation of an abnormal mass of tissue due to an uncontrolled growth of the cells. A neoplasm can be so small that it can only be seen under a microscope. If it does not affect the organism, it is called benign neoplasms. The benign neoplasms commonly end with the suffix "noma" as for example: fibroma, lipoma, chondroma, lymphangioma. Although there are exceptions to this rule like melanoma, which is malignant.
On the contrary, it can grow at an accelerated rate affecting the organ where it has been formed and compressing and altering the adjacent organs. When it behaves "aggressively" it is called malignant neoplasms, which is synonymous of cancer.In most cases, the neoplasm comes from a single mutant cell that gives rise to multiple clones.