Definition of Myelomas

1. Noun. (plural of myeloma) ¹



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Definition of Myelomas

1. myeloma [n] - See also: myeloma

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Myelomas

myelodysplasic
myelodysplastic
myelofibroses
myelofibrosis
myelofibrotic
myelogeneous
myelogenic
myelogenous
myelogram
myelograms
myelography
myeloid
myeloid leukemia
myeloidin
myeloma
myelomas (current term)
myelomata
myelomatoses
myelomatosis
myelomatous
myelomeningocele
myelomeningoceles
myelomonocyte
myelomonocytic
myelon
myelonal
myeloneuropathy
myelons
myelopathic
myelopathies

Literary usage of Myelomas

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1. Tumours, innocent and malignant: Their Clinical Features and Appropriate by John Bland-Sutton (1911)
"The genus contains a single species—myelomas. These Fig. 26. ... The distribution of myelomas is that of red marrow, but they exhibit a striking preference ..."

2. Chemical Pathology: Being a Discussion of General Pathology from the by Harry Gideon Wells (1914)
"MULTIPLE myelomas AND MYELOPATHIC ... Multiple myelomas are of particular chemical interest, because of the appearance in the urine in such cases of the ..."

3. Physiology, Pathology, Bacteriology, Anatomy (1904)
"No changes in the periosteum and no metastases to internal organs or lymphatic glands. Whilst some investigators give myelomas a separate place under tumors ..."

4. Physiological chemistry: A Text-book and Manual for Students by Albert Prescott Mathews (1916)
"Special proteins, such as Bence-Jones' protein, a kind of hetero-proteose found in disease of the bone marrow, myelomas and possibly osteomalacia. 4. ..."

5. The Journal of Medical Research by American Association of Pathologists and Bacteriologists (1908)
"For this purpose two myelomas hardened in alcohol, two sarcomas hardened in alcohol, and one breast cancer kept over night in a freezing room were used. ..."

6. Neoplastic Diseases: A Treatise on Tumors by James Ewing (1922)
"The myelomas, although destroying bone, have no relation to osteogenic sarcoma. The entire group of primary sarcomatous tumors of bone and bone-marrow may ..."

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