noun, plural fi·bro·mas, fi·bro·ma·ta [fahy-broh-muh-tuh] /faɪˈbroʊ mə tə/. Pathology.
Related formsfi·brom·a·tous [fahy-brom-uh-tuh s] /faɪˈbrɒm ə təs/, adjective
Examples from the Web for fibroma
The non-malignant forms—osteoma, chondroma, and fibroma—are rare.
It is a voluminous connective-tissue formation known by the name of "fibroma diffusum."
Fibroma may originate in the periosteum or in the lining membrane of the maxillary sinus.
Various forms of fibroma are met with in the mamma and are described with diseases of that organ.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
A fibroma upon the larynx is not an infrequent occurrence in the ox.