noun, plural gli·o·mas, gli·o·ma·ta [glahy-oh-muh-tuh]. /glaɪˈoʊ mə tə/.
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OTHER WORDS FROM gliomagli·o·ma·tous [glahy-oh-muh-tuhs, -om-uh-], /glaɪˈoʊ mə təs, -ˈɒm ə-/, adjective
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Example sentences from the Web for glioma
Steven C. Moore et al., "Height, Body Mass Index, and Physical Activity in Relation to Glioma Risk."
The exception: those 30-minutes-a-day-for-a-decade users, in whom the risk of glioma indeed increased 40 percent.
A sudden and serious aggravation of symptoms may result from hæmorrhage into a soft tumour, such as glioma.
There is much reason to fear that you may have what we call a glioma in the substance of the brain.Carlyon Sahib|Gilbert Murray
The glioma of the retina tends to grow into the vitreous humour and to perforate the globe.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
It is sharply defined from the surrounding cerebral tissue, and is therefore more favourable for operation than glioma.