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tu·mor·ous

(tū'mŏr-ŭs),
Swollen; tumorlike; protuberant.
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In human medicine, the factors that contribute to the development of this tumorous growth are not completely elucidated, but a rare blood type was described in women diagnosed with this tumor (SOSNIK et al., 2007), while inflammatory changes or infection might not be associated with carcinogenesis (LEUCHTER et al., 1982).
A superficial, smooth tumorous lesion with red color is observed (a).
Sex chromosome was 46, XX, no abnormality was detected in hormones on blood testing, tumorous lesions were not detected on imaging, and no anatomic abnormality was observed in the uterus, ovary, vagina, urinary meatus, or vaginal opening.
If during the proliferation the Schwann cells aggregate into a tumorous mass around motor and sensory peripheral nerves, Schwannoma appears.
Xermelo works within tumorous cells to reduce serotonin production, providing more control for patients over the disease.
Unfortunately to detect the biological nature and differentiate tumorous polyps from nontumorous ones before the surgery is difficult, so the indication for cholecystectomy is not clear (7, 13).
A similar case was reported in the literature of a tumorous HSV blepharoconjunctivitis in a patient with a DOCK8 deficiency.
Twenty-four NSCLC patients consented and were enrolled before surgery, and 24 pairs matched tumorous and nontumorous fresh tissue samples were collected and frozen at the time of surgery.
After four months of valacyclovir treatment, he presented with four tumorous lesions in the perineal and scrotal areas.
CT scan showed an 8 x 4 x 4 cm tumorous mass lying in the paravertebral left muscles and composed of a central hyperdense core and a lower density rim (Figure 1(b)).
Intraoperatively, a perforated 2 x 3 cm sized spherical tumorous structure of the jejunum could be detected (Figure 2).