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Oncology Terms

adenocarcinoma cancerous tumor of glandular tissue
adenoma tumor of glandular tissue
carcinoma cancerous tumor
chloroma tumor of green color
epithelioma tumor of epithelium
fibroma tumor of fibor
fibrosarcoma malignant tumor
lipoma tumor containing fat
liposarcoma malignant tumor of fat
melanoma black tumor
myoma tumor formed of muscle
neoplasma new growth of tissue
neuroma tumor made up of nerves
rhabdomyoma tumor of striated muscle
sarcoma tumor composed of connective tissue
benign not malignant
idiopathic disease of unknown origin
in vitro in a glass
in vivo in the living body
malignant progressively worse
remission absence of signs
carcinogen causes cancer
genic producing
cyanosis abnormal condition of blue
cytogenic producing cells
cytoid resembling a cell
cytology study of cells
dysplasia abnormal development
erythrocyte red blood cell
etiology study of causes
hyperplasia excessive development of cells
hypoplasia incomplete development of cells
iatrogenic produced by a physician
iatrology study of medicine
karyocyte cell with nucleus
leukocyte white blood cell
lipoid resembling fat
matastasis beyond control
myopathy disease of the muscle
neopathy new disease
oncologies physician who treats tumors
pathogenic producing disease
prognosis before knowledge
somatic pertaining to the body
somatogenic originating in the body
systemic pertaining to body system
visceral pertaining to the internal organs
xanthaochromic pertaining to yellow color
xanthosis abnormal condition of yello
al pertaining to
Created by: amymy