noun, plural car·ci·no·mas, car·ci·no·ma·ta [kahr-suh-noh-muh-tuh] /ˌkɑr səˈnoʊ mə tə/. Pathology.
OTHER WORDS FROM carcinomacar·ci·no·ma·toid, adjectivecar·ci·no·ma·tous, adjective
Words nearby carcinoma
Example sentences from the Web for carcinoma
Doctors now argue that too many diseases fall into the carcinoma diagnosis.
Carcinoma of the intestines appears either as cylindrical-cell cancer, as scirrhus, or as gelatinous or colloid cancer.
Carcinoma is far more common than sarcoma, and is generally of the squamous-celled variety.
When bleeding piles are absent, blood-streaks upon such a stool point to carcinoma.A Manual of Clinical Diagnosis|James Campbell Todd
Malignant disease of the kidney takes the form of sarcoma or carcinoma.
Carcinoma and sarcoma sometimes grow from the muco-periosteum in the region of the ethmoid.