Definition of Papillomata

1. papilloma [n] - See also: papilloma



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Papillomata

papillo-
papilloadenocystoma
papillocarcinoma
papilloedema
papilloedemas
papilloma
papilloma acuminatum
papilloma canaliculum
papilloma diffusum
papilloma durum
papilloma inguinale tropicum
papilloma venereum
papillomae
papillomas
papillomata (current term)
papillomatosis
papillomatous
papillomaviruses
papillon
papillons
papilloretinitis
papillose
papillote
papillotes
papillotomy
papillous
papillula
papillulate

Literary usage of Papillomata

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1. Diseases of the nose, throat, and ear, and their accessory cavities by Seth Scott Bishop (1908)
"papillomata are more common than any other form of tumor» of the ... Children or young people are often subject to laryngeal papillomata, which assume a ..."

2. A Text-book of Diseases of Women by Charles Bingham Penrose (1908)
"If the disease is secondary to cancer of the uterus, it may be possible to remove all of the affected structures. Ovarian papillomata. ..."

3. Surgery, Gynecology & Obstetrics by The American College of Surgeons, Franklin H. Martin Memorial Foundation (1915)
"Vie- ¡2. a to/, Schematic drawing of types of "changed papillomata." Heavy dots indicate changes in cells. u, Type I, atypical changes in villi both near ..."

4. A Text-book of the Diseases of the Small Domestic Animals by Oscar Victor Brumley (1921)
"papillomata occur commonly on the inner surface of the outer ear, ... papillomata. These are found on the margins of the skin or in some portion of the ..."

5. Genitourinary Diseases and Syphilis by Henry Holdich Morton (1918)
"Diagnosis papillomata may be mistaken for the condylomata of syphilis or epithelioma. In syphilitic condylomata, however, other signs of specific disease ..."

6. An Introduction to pathology and morbid anatomy by Thomas Henry Green, Hubert Montague Murray (1895)
"'I'llK papillomata arc new formations resembling in ordinary papilla;. They consist of a basis of connective tissue, which sends tow the surface numerous ..."

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