Definition of Cancer juice
1. Noun. A milky substance found in certain cancerous growths.
Medical Definition of Cancer juice
1. Turbid, white to yellow-white or gray-white fluid (chiefly plasma) that may be expressed from certain forms of malignant neoplastic tissue, and is likely to contain neoplastic cells and debris; formed especially in relatively large, degenerating, partly necrotic foci of rapidly growing neoplastic tissue. (05 Mar 2000)
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Literary usage of Cancer juice
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1. Lectures on surgical pathology: Delivered at the Royal College of Surgeons by James Paget, William Turner, Royal College of Surgeons of England (1865)
"With the cancer- corpuscles, and usually with granular matter, it makes the "cancer juice;" the peculiar thick, creamy liquid, tinted with yellow, gray, ..."
2. Lectures on tumors from a clinical standpoint by John Brown Hamilton (1892)
"Flattened spindle cells forming walls of embryonic blood vessels. great pain; the lymphatic glands are affected; and there is "cancer juice ..."
3. A Text-book of practical medicine: Designed for the Use of Students and by Alfred Lebbeus Loomis (1895)
"On pressing them, more or less cancer-juice exudes according to the density of the ... The cancer-juice contains a large amount of fine granular matter, ..."
4. Medical Record by George Frederick Shrady, Thomas Lathrop Stedman, Joseph Meredith Toner Collection (Library of Congress) (1889)
"Inoculation experiments upon animals with cancer-juice and with cultures of the micro-organisms have also failed to give results which can in any sense be ..."
5. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1901)
"Admitting for the moment that the cells can only develop in the cancer juice, then it must logically follow that if the juice can be prevented from passing ..."
6. An index of surgery: Being a Concise Classification of the Main Facts and by Charles Robert Bell Keetley (1881)
"... often contains large blood cysts ; may be encapsulated ; soft and fluctuating. Puncture lets out blood and often cancer-juice as well. ..."