glioneuroma

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glioneuroma

 [gli″o-noo͡-ro´mah]
glioma combined with neuroma.

gli·o·neu·ro·ma

(glī'ō-nū-rō'mă),
A ganglioneuroma derived from neurons, with numerous glial cells and fibers in the matrix.

glioneuroma

[glī′ōnoo͡rō′mə] pl. glioneuromas, glioneuromata
Etymology: Gk, glia + neuron, nerve, oma, tumor
a neoplasm composed of nerve cells and elements of their supporting connective tissue.

gli·o·neu·ro·ma

(glī'ō-nūr-ō'mă)
A ganglioneuroma derived from neurons, with numerous glial cells and fibers in the matrix.
[G. glio, glue + neuro, nerve + -oma, tumor]