Loeb deciduoma

Loeb de·cid·u·o·ma

(lōb),
mass of decidual tissue produced in the uterus, in the absence of a fertilized ovum, by means of mechanical or hormonal stimulation.

Loeb de·ci·du·o·ma

(lōb dĕ-sid'yū-ō'mă)
Mass of decidual tissue produced in the uterus, in the absence of a fertilized oocyte, by means of mechanical or hormonal stimulation.

Loeb deciduoma

(lōb)
[Leo Loeb, U.S. pathologist, 1869–1959]
Decidual tissue produced within the uteri of experimental animals from mechanical or hormonal stimulation.

Loeb,

Leo, U.S. pathologist, 1869-1959.
Loeb deciduoma - mass of decidual tissue produced in the uterus, in the absence of a fertilized ovum, by means of mechanical or hormonal stimulation.