carcinoma in situ
carcinoma in situ n.
A neoplasm whose cells are localized in the epithelium and show no tendency to invade or metastasize to other tissues.
- Carcinoma simplex
carcinoma simplex carcinoma simplex carcinoma sim·plex (sĭm’plěks’) n. A carcinoma that is poorly differentiated or lacks differentiation.
a condition marked by the production of an overwhelming number of carcinomas throughout the body. noun (pathol) a condition characterized by widespread dissemination of carcinomas or by a carcinoma that affects a large area Also called carcinosis (ˌkɑːsɪˈnəʊsɪs) carcinomatosis car·ci·no·ma·to·sis (kär’sə-nō’mə-tō’sĭs) n. A pathological condition characterized by the presence of carcinomas that have metastasized to […]
a malignant and invasive epithelial tumor that spreads by metastasis and often recurs after excision; cancer. Historical Examples The presence of these symptoms is presumptively indicative of gastric disease, usually ulcerous or carcinomatous. A System of Practical Medicine By American Authors, Vol. II Various carcinomatous Uterus removed eighteen and a half years subsequent to Double […]
- Carcinomatous myopathy
carcinomatous myopathy carcinomatous myopathy n. See Lambert-Eaton syndrome.