noun, plural neu·ro·mas, neu·ro·ma·ta [noo-roh-muh-tuh, nyoo-] /nʊˈroʊ mə tə, nyʊ-/. Pathology.
Related formsneu·rom·a·tous [noo-rom-uh-tuh s, nyoo-] /nʊˈrɒm ə təs, nyʊ-/, adjective
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Neuroma is a clinical term applied to all tumours, irrespective of their structure, which have their seat in nerves.
Angioma, lymphangioma, and neuroma are described with the disease of the individual tissues.
Neuroma usually develops within the sheath of the nerve with or without implicating the nerve fibers.Special Report on Diseases of the Horse|United States Department of Agriculture