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  • n. A cancerous tumor of smooth muscle.

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  • n. sarcoma of smooth muscle; occurs most often digestive tract or uterus or bladder or prostate

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Examples

  • When Vo Clark learned that his wife, Marilyn, had a rare form of cancer called leiomyosarcoma, he did what millions of other Americans do when they want to learn more about health options — he turned to the Internet.

    The Doctor Will E-Mail You Now

  • The glamour model, who has had a dramatic six months following her split from Peter Andre, suffered from a rare form of the disease called leiomyosarcoma in 2002 and had a malignant growth on her finger.

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  • Brucker, B, Ernst, L, Meadows, A, Zderic, S: A second leiomyosarcoma of the urinary baldder in a child with a history of retinoblastoma 12 years following partial cystectomy.

    Publications of the Urology Division

  • We are sad to announce that our beloved friend and colleague Joe Murphy left us today to his on going battle with leiomyosarcoma.

    2007 April : The Kick-Ass Mystic Ninjas

  • The type of tumor that we are talking about here is a leiomyosarcoma.

    CNN Transcript Mar 26, 2008

  • Joe Murphy, podcaster and XM Radio personality, passed away April 1 from the rare cancer leiomyosarcoma, which attacks the smooth muscles of the body.

    Do they know it's the first of May?

  • We are sad to announce that our beloved friend and colleague Joe Murphy left us today to his on going battle with leiomyosarcoma carcinoma.

    Joe Murphy — In Loving Memory

  • Melissa Hines, 63, who spent her career behind the scenes in the city's arts community, died April 8 of leiomyosarcoma, a rare form of cancer, at her Seattle home.

    The Seattle Times

  • A licensed practical nurse, Marci looked up the diagnosis online and called to tell me that something sounded strange -- she had the leiomyosarcoma only in her brain and nowhere else, and such leiomyosarcoma cases are so rare, they get written up in medical journals.

    CNN.com

  • Plus, people with leiomyosarcoma often have had diseases like HIV, or have had lots of radiation earlier in life.

    CNN.com

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