cavernoma

cav·er·no·ma

(kav'ĕr-nō'mă)
A cavernous vascular tumor.
[L. caverna, cave, hollow place, + oma, neoplasm]
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cavernoma

(kav?er-no'ma) [? + Gr. oma, tumor]
A cavernous angioma.
See: angioma; hemangioma
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