noun, plural sar·co·mas, sar·co·ma·ta [sahr-koh-muh-tuh]. /sɑrˈkoʊ mə tə/. Pathology.
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OTHER WORDS FROM sarcomasar·co·ma·toid, sar·co·ma·tous [sahr-koh-muh-tuhs, -kom-uh-], /sɑrˈkoʊ mə təs, -ˈkɒm ə-/, adjective
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Example sentences 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.
In the last few years in the U.S., new interest has developed in novel therapies to treat sarcoma.
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.
The chief of these are: simple—dermoid patches, moles of the limbus; malignant—sarcoma, endothelioma, epithelioma.
Carcinoma is far more common than sarcoma, and is generally of the squamous-celled variety.
Malignant tumours, both carcinoma and sarcoma, in which an early diagnosis has been made, and so long as they remain intrinsic.
Wassermann experimented with mice inoculated with transplanted tumors of the types of carcinoma and sarcoma.
He had developed a sarcoma of his upper arm and was advised to submit to an amputation at the shoulder joint.Religion And Health|James J. Walsh