comedocarcinoma

comedocarcinoma
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Etymology: New Latin, from comedo + carcinoma
: a breast cancer that arises in the larger ducts and is characterized by slow growth, late metastasis, and the accumulation of solid plugs of atypical and degenerating cells in the ducts

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  • comedocarcinoma — com·e·do·carcinoma …   English syllables

  • comedo carcinoma — comedocarcinoma …   Medical dictionary

  • комедокарцинома — (comedocarcinoma; комедон + карцинома) см. Рак угревидный …   Большой медицинский словарь

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