And squamous cell carcinoma also develops under our fingernails.
Chiefly with squamous eczema and the papulo-squamous syphiloderm; and on the scalp, also with seborrhœa.
The roots are squamous, sending forth few fibres, and are perennial.
Carcinoma is by far the most common form of new growth met with in the tongue, and it is almost invariably a squamous epithelioma.
The distribution of the squamous, white, oesophageal epithelium is very much like that of Dendrolagus.
squamous epithelioma and melanotic cancer are the forms met with.
In Dendrolagus, moreover, the squamous epithelium does not extend into the cardiac cul-de-sac.
How is pityriasis rosea distinguished from ringworm, psoriasis and the squamous syphiloderm?
The parietal and the squamous portion of the temporal were wanting, although the organ of hearing was well conformed.
There are besides cells known as spindle, stellate, squamous or pavement, and various other names suggested by their shapes.
1540s, from Latin squamosus "covered with scales, scaly," from squama "scale," perhaps related to squalus "foul, filthy" (see squalid). Middle English had squame (late 14c.) "a scale," from Old French esquame, from Latin squama.
squamous squa·mous (skwā'məs, skwä'-) or squa·mose (-mōs')
Covered with or formed of scales; scaly.
Resembling a scale or scales; thin and flat.