noun, plural car·ci·no·mas, car·ci·no·ma·ta [kahr-suh-noh-muh-tuh]. /ˌkɑr səˈnoʊ mə tə/. Pathology.
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OTHER WORDS FROM carcinomacar·ci·no·ma·toid, adjectivecar·ci·no·ma·tous, adjective
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“Caris is expected to make a full recovery and will be out indefinitely,” the team said, adding that no further treatment is needed for LeVert’s case of renal cell carcinoma.
Jobs could have been very fortunate; a medical exam for something else incidentally picked up an early pancreatic carcinoma.
Doctors now argue that too many diseases fall into the carcinoma diagnosis.
And squamous cell carcinoma also develops under our fingernails.‘Zoobiquity’: What Animals Can Teach Us About Our Health|Carl Zimmer|June 17, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Caihua Liang, et al. “A Population-Based Case-Control Study of Marijuana Use and Head and Neck Squamous Cell Carcinoma.”Is Pot Good for Lungs? New Marijuana Study Adds to Health-Effects Debate|Anneli Rufus|January 14, 2012|DAILY BEAST
Coffee Consumption Associated with Decreased Risk for Basal-Cell Carcinoma.
It is delayed in most organic diseases of the stomach, especially in dilatation and carcinoma, but not in neuroses.
When found in the fluid removed after a test-meal, it commonly points toward ulcer or carcinoma.
When bleeding piles are absent, blood-streaks upon such a stool point to carcinoma.
The case classed as a carcinoma was secondary to cancer of the pylorus; both ovaries were affected.
This was also believed by Hurtrel D'Arboval, who looked upon canker as carcinoma of the recticular structure of the foot.Diseases of the Horse's Foot|Harry Caulton Reeks