Papilloadenocystoma



papilloadenocystoma pap·il·lo·ad·e·no·cys·to·ma (pāp’ə-lō-ād’n-ō-sĭ-stō’mə)
n.
A benign epithelial tumor characterized by glands or glandlike structures, cysts, and fingerlike projections of neoplastic cells covering a core of fibrous connective tissue.

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