Definition of Malignant neuroma
1. Noun. A malignant neoplasm of nerve tissue and fibrous tissue and connective tissue.
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Literary usage of Malignant neuroma
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1. Surgical and mechanical treatment of peripheral nerves by Byron Stookey, Gotthelf Carl Huber (1922)
"... secondary malignant neuroma métastases occurs regionally; that is, within the vicinity of the primary tumor, within the same nerve or adjacent nerves, ..."
2. Microscopical Morphology of the Animal Body in Health and Disease by Carl Heitzmann (1882)
"... neuroma of Virchow,—who describes a case of recurrent ulcerative, and consequently malignant, neuroma ..."
3. The Practice of surgery by James Gregory Mumford (1914)
"malignant neuroma is properly a sarcoma of the nerve structures sarcoma usually of the spindle-cell variety. ..."
4. Modern Surgery: General and Operative by John Chalmers Da Costa (1907)
"In plexiform neuroma the nerve-sheath undergoes myxomatous change. malignant neuroma is a primary sarcoma of a nerve-sheath, though any neuroma may UH orne ..."
5. Neoplastic Diseases: A Treatise on Tumors by James Ewing (1922)
"Chiari, Busse, and Beneke found unusually large tumors arising from the abdominal or pelvic plexuses. malignant neuroma occurred in a remarkable case of ..."
6. Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease by Philadelphia Neurological Society, American Neurological Association, Chicago Neurological Society, New York Neurological Association (1899)
"secondary malignant neuroma is shown by the fact that only twenty- two cases are recorded in literature. The patient, a thin, dwarfish woman of twenty-eight ..."