Definition of Adenomata

1. Noun. (plural of adenoma) ¹



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Definition of Adenomata

1. adenoma [n] - See also: adenoma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Adenomata

adenoids
adenoleiomyofibroma
adenolipoma
adenolipomatosis
adenological
adenology
adenolymphocele
adenolymphoma
adenolymphomas
adenolymphomata
adenoma
adenoma fibrosum
adenoma of nipple
adenoma sebaceum
adenomas
adenomata (current term)
adenomatoid
adenomatoid odontogenic tumour
adenomatoses
adenomatosis
adenomatous
adenomatous colon polyps
adenomatous goiter
adenomatous polyp
adenomatous polyposis coli
adenomatous polyps
adenomegaly
adenomere

Literary usage of Adenomata

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1. An Introduction to pathology and morbid anatomy by Thomas Henry Green, Hubert Montague Murray (1895)
"In structure the adenomata resemble either the racemose or tubular glands, and are divided ... The racemose adenomata consist of numerous saccules or acini, ..."

2. The Clinical Journal (1899)
"Then I cut through the breast into the largest of the nodules I suspected of being adenomata ; I found it to be one, no bigger than a pea. ..."

3. The Surgical Clinics of North America by Stanley P. L. Leong (1922)
"MULTIPLE adenomata OF THYROID, TOXIC, SUB. STERNAL THE patient is a married woman, fifty-seven years of age, the mother of 4 children, the oldest of which ..."

4. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1905)
"This case is of interest, because the right lobe of the thyroid contained multiple adenomata and one cyst. The left lobe was normal. ..."

5. General pathology, or, The science of the causes, nature and course of the by Ernst Ziegler (1899)
"... according to the physical characteristics and arrangement of the cells; one group including the papillary epithet ¬°ornata, the adenomata, ..."

6. Diseases of the stomach and upper alimentary tract by Anthony Bassler (1922)
"adenomata may also occur in the intestines and may be found with a pronounced glandular structure, in which instance they closely simulate malignant ..."

7. Diseases of Women: Medical and Surgical Gynecology by Charles Alfred Lee Reed (1913)
"adenomata OF THE KIDNEY Pathologists and embryologists have practically arrived at a consensus that these growths are derived from misplaced elements of the ..."

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