Medical Definition of Organoma

1. Obsolete term for a neoplasm that contains cytologic and histologic elements in such an arrangement that specific types of tissue, e.g., thyroid glands, intestinal mucosa, ovarian stroma and follicles, may be identified in various parts. See: teratoma. Origin: organo-+ G. -oma, tumour (05 Mar 2000)



Lexicographical Neighbors of Organoma

organoids
organoindium
organoiodine
organoiodines
organoiridium
organoiron
organolanthanum
organolead
organoleptic
organoleptically
organolithium
organological
organologies
organology
organolutetium
organoma (current term)
organomagnesium
organomanganese
organomegaly
organomercurial
organomercurial hydrolase
organomercurials
organomercuric
organomercury
organomercury compounds
organometal
organometallic
organometallic chemistry
organometallic compound
organometallic compounds

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