Definition of Steatomas

1. Noun. (plural of steatoma) ¹



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Definition of Steatomas

1. steatoma [n] - See also: steatoma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Steatomas

stearolic
stearone
stearones
stearoptene
stearoptenes
stearoyl
stearoyls
stears
stearyl
steatite
steatites
steatitic
steatocystoma
steatohepatitis
steatoma
steatomas (current term)
steatomata
steatomatous
steatopyga
steatopygia
steatopygian
steatopygias
steatopygic
steatopygous
steatorrheas
steatosis
steatotic
steaven

Literary usage of Steatomas

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1. The Critical Review, Or, Annals of Literature by Tobias George Smollett (1802)
"Arsenic, Dr. Adams thinks, succeeds chiefly in steatomas. He believes hemlock to have been sometimes useful; and that Mr. Hill's singular success in the ..."

2. Elements of Physiology by Anthelme Richerand, G. J. M. De Lys, Nathaniel Chapman, John Davidson Godman (1823)
"They are often found accidentally developed in the fatty tumours known under the name of steatomas. Finally, they have uses relative to the parts on which ..."

3. Edinburgh Medical Journal (1903)
"... of different tumours of the breast, describing them all with care and skill. Hydatid cysts, simple cysts, fibromas, adenomas, fibre-adenomas, steatomas, ..."

4. A Treatise on the Diseases of the Breast and Mammary Region by Alfred Velpeau (1856)
"... or other tumours, and to steatomas ? Does not pneumonia itself require, in most of those whom it attacks, a special predisposition ? ..."

5. The Breast: Its Anomalies, Its Diseases, and Their Treatment by John Blair Deaver, Joseph McFarland, Leon Herman (1917)
"These references have enabled us to examine in more or less detail 37 cysts, of which 19 were described as sebaceous cysts, atheromas, or steatomas, ..."

6. American Observer Medical Monthly (1879)
"of ovarian disease are undoubted, have been cured by homoeopathic medication. The same thing may be said of other benign tumors, such as lipomas, steatomas, ..."

7. Provincial Medical & Surgical Journal (1841)
"... and too email an action, as in atrophy, syncope, wasting of limbs ; or, in an improper action, as the formation of steatomas, cancers, wens, &c. ..."

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