noun, plural le·pro·mas, le·pro·ma·ta [le-proh-muh-tuh] /lɛˈproʊ mə tə/. Pathology.
  1. the swollen lesion of leprosy.

Origin of leproma

1890–95; < New Latin, Latin lepr(a) leprosy (see leper) + -oma
Related formsle·prom·a·tous [le-prom-uh-tuh s, -proh-muh-] /lɛˈprɒm ə təs, -ˈproʊ mə-/, adjective
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lepromatous in Medicine


[lĕ-prōmə-təs, -prŏmə-]
  1. Relating to, characterized, or affected with lepromas.


n. pl. lep•ro•mas
  1. A circumscribed, discrete nodular skin lesion characteristic of leprosy.
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