noun, plural sar·co·mas, sar·co·ma·ta [sahr-koh-muh-tuh] /sɑrˈkoʊ mə tə/. Pathology.
Words nearby sarcoma
OTHER WORDS FROM sarcomasar·co·ma·toid, sar·co·ma·tous [sahr-koh-muh-tuh s, -kom-uh-] /sɑrˈkoʊ mə təs, -ˈkɒm ə-/, adjective
Examples from the Web for sarcoma
Dr. Kent Sepkowitz on the most likely suspect, sarcoma, a possible prognosis—and whether Chávez could be saved in the U.S.
The likelihood of sarcoma is further signaled by the winking comments from doctors in neighboring countries.
He was diagnosed with sarcoma, a rare form of cancer, in August and had to come to terms with dying in a manner of months.
In sarcoma of the lower end of the tibia, the swelling lacks the uniform distribution of that met with in joint disease.
Carcinoma is far more common than sarcoma, and is generally of the squamous-celled variety.
Sarcoma of the tongue is rare, and is sometimes met with in children.
They are attended with exudation into the joint, and in the case of sarcoma the fluid is usually blood-stained.Manual of Surgery|Alexis Thomson and Alexander Miles
Malignant disease of the kidney takes the form of sarcoma or carcinoma.