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carcinomatous

 [kahr″sĭ-no´mah-tus]
pertaining to or of the nature of cancer; malignant.

car·ci·nom·a·tous

(kar'si-nom'ă-tŭs),
Pertaining to or manifesting the characteristic properties of carcinoma.

carcinomatous

/car·ci·nom·a·tous/ (kahr″sĭ-nom´ah-tus) pertaining to or of the nature of cancer.

carcinomatous

[-om′ətəs]
pertaining to carcinoma. See also carcinous.

carcinomatous

adjective Referring to or characterised by carcinoma.

car·ci·no·ma·tous

(kahr'si-nō'mă-tŭs)
Pertaining to or manifesting the properties of carcinoma.

carcinomatous

pertaining to or of the nature of cancer; malignant.
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2 (a) Photomicrograph showing carcinomatous component of the tumour in form of high-grade urothelial carcinoma arranged in form of fused papillae and sheets (HE, X100); (b) Sarcomatous component of the tumour is composed of lipocytes and many multivacuolated lipoblasts [arrow] (HE, X200); (c) The carcinomatous component shows strong cytokeratin 7 expression (upper part), whereas the liposarcomatous component is completely negative (lower part) (IP, X200).
The intestinal lipodystrophy condition and retroperitoneal pseudotumour formation, associated with the prolonged wasting syndrome, led to the investigation of carcinomatous disease, which ultimately led to exploratory laparotomy, biopsy and histochemical study of the lesions.
Carcinomatous polyarthritis is a seronegative inflammatory arthritis and may be the first sign of an existent malignancy.
The bile duct proliferation had been observed by Javaid (1985), however, such a carcinomatous change was never observed in earlier experiments.
These lesions are described as lonely entities that can appear in the colonic mucosa, forming part of both adenomatous (17) or carcinomatous lesions (26).
Carcinomatous polyarthritis: the presenting symptom of an ovarian tumor and association with a platelet activating factor.
Report of two cases, one with carcinomatous transformation and one with distant metastases.
There is evidence of some carcinomatous changes in oral lesions with some pre existing predisposing factors.
Carcinomatous involvement of the hilum and mediastinum: Computed tomographic and magnetic resonance evaluation.
A review of 178 cases of carcinomatous lymphangitis has shown that only 7 patients (3.