hepatoma

[n] - carcinoma of the liver
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Hepatoma

Liver tumour. See Angiosarcoma.
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Hepatoma

a cancerous tumour of the liver
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Hepatoma

Hepatoma: Cancer originating in the liver, in liver cells. More often called hepatocarcinoma or hepatocellular carcinoma. From hepat-, the liver + -oma, tumor = a liver tumor.
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hepatoma

Carcinoma derived from liver cells: better term is hepatocarcinoma.
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hepatoma

<oncology, tumour> Carcinoma derived from liver cells. A better term to use is hepatocarcinoma or hepatocellular carcinoma. ... (18 Nov 1997) ...
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hepatoma

(hep″ә-to´mә) a tumor of the liver. hepatocellular carcinoma.
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hepatoma

(from the article `liver cancer`) ...by tumours in the liver; benign liver tumours remain in the liver, whereas malignant tumours are, by definition, cancerous. Most malignant liver ...
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hepatoma

Type: Term Pronunciation: hep′ă-tō′mă Synonyms: hepatocellular carcinoma See: malignant hepatoma
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Hepatoma

The most common type of primary liver cancer. It starts in the main cells of the liver. Another name for it is hepatocellular carcinoma.
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hepatoma

A liver tumor.
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