[ kang-kroid ]
/ ˈkæŋ krɔɪd /
Pathology. resembling a cancer, as certain tumors.
Zoology. resembling a crab.
Pathology. a form of cancer of the skin.
Origin of cancroid
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On the cancroid growths caused by Gongylonema-orientale n. sp.
On the cancroid growths caused by Gongylonema orientale n. sp.
The earliest opinion appears to have been that canker, as the name indicates, was of a cancerous or cancroid nature.Diseases of the Horse's Foot|Harry Caulton Reeks
/ (ˈkæŋkrɔɪd) /
resembling a cancerous growth
resembling a crab
a skin cancer, esp one of only moderate malignancy
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[ kăng′kroid′ ]
Of or relating to squamous cell carcinoma.
Of or resembling a cancer.
squamous cell carcinoma
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