They therefore have no significance as far as struma is concerned.
There was a lull on the struma, he said, his tired, refined voice concealing the irony.
She was one of those beautiful white-and-pink creatures who are rotten with struma.
Laurentius reports that Francis I, when a prisoner in Spain, cured a great number of people of struma (scrofula).
On the struma front in 1917 a bombing plane was being put back into its hangar.
Now he was back on the struma; and perhaps next time Captain Meredith got news there would be another gap in that little staff.
struma stru·ma (strōō'mə)
n. pl. stru·mas or stru·mae (-mē)
Enlargement of a tissue. No longer in technical use.