phyma


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phyma

 [fi´mah] (Gr.)
a skin swelling or tumor larger than a tubercle.

phy·ma

(fī'mă),
Nonspecific term for a benign (usually small) circumscribed nodular tumor, usually cutaneous.
[G. growth, fr. phuō, to grow]

phyma

/phy·ma/ (fi´mah) pl. phy´mata   [Gr.] a skin swelling or tumor larger than a tubercle.

phyma

An obsolete term for a circumscribed swelling of the skin; e.g., tumour, neoplasm, -oma.

phy·ma

(fī'mă)
A nodule or small rounded tumor of the skin.
[G. growth, fr. phuō, to grow]

phyma

pl. phymata [Gr.] a skin tumor or tubercle.
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