blastoma


blastoma
/bla stoh"meuh/, n., pl. blastomas, blastomata /-meuh teuh/. Pathol.
a tumor originating from undifferentiated embryonic cells and having little or no connective tissue.
[BLAST- + -OMA]

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  • blastoma — noun A tumour that is caused by malignancies in precursor cells or blasts …   Wiktionary

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