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- adj. Of or pertaining to carcinomas
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- adj. Of or pertaining to carcinoma.
from The Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia
- Pertaining to carcinoma; cancerous; like a cancer, or tending to become one.
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- adj. being or relating to carcinoma
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Yet they are unlike in certain distinctive, cytological respects; and when the papilloma virus was injected into the blood stream of domestic rabbits carrying papillomas due to chemical initiation it localized in these and urged them on, rendering them much more vigorous, and altering the cells of some in such wise that they became mongrel growths exhibiting merged features referable to both agents, and making others carcinomatous forthwith.
What man with experience so extensive -- with knowledge so profound -- with sagacity so searching -- with learning so deep -- shall declare that he himself has seen and treated sixty cases of _true carcinomatous disease_ of the mouth and throat?
Poulet quotes two curious cases: 13.136 in one a pregnant woman was examined by a doctor who diagnosticated carcinomatous degeneration of the neck of the uterus.
Stephens 6.34 mentions a dermal horn on the buttocks at the seat of a carcinomatous cicatrix.
In the first case, on opening the abdominal cavity the stomach was found very much contracted, presenting extensive carcinomatous infiltration on its posterior surface.
Percy and Stokes have observed phosphorescence in a carcinomatous ulcer.
This noted operator performed, synchronously, double ovariotomy and resections of portions of the bladder and ileum, for a large medullary carcinomatous growth of the ovary, with surrounding involvement.
Penrose, 13.12 assisted by Baldy, has performed this operation after excision of an inch of the left ureter for carcinomatous involvement.
This will always retain its place in operative surgery as a palliative and life-saving operation for carcinomatous stenosis of the lower part of the colon, and in cases of carcinoma of the rectum in which operation is not feasible.
Poulet quotes two curious cases: in one a pregnant woman was examined by a doctor who diagnosticated carcinomatous degeneration of the neck of the uterus.