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fi•bro•ad•e•no•ma

(ˌfaɪ broʊˌæd nˈoʊ mə)

n., pl. -mas, -ma•ta (-mə tə)
a benign tumor originating from glandular tissue.
[1890–95]
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Noun1.fibroadenoma - benign and movable and firm and not tender tumor of the breast; common in young women and caused by high levels of estrogen
adenoma - a benign epithelial tumor of glandular origin
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fi·bro·ad·e·no·ma

n. fibroadenoma, tumor benigno formado por tejido fibroso y glandular.

fibroadenoma

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1] It is difficult to distinguish from fibroadenomas, while malignant cystosarcoma phyllodes can grow in size quickly and metastasize early.
Fibroadenomas are benign neoplasms that develop in the TDLU.
The surgeon said the lumps were fibroadenomas, a very common benign breast mass that's most prevalent in young women under age 30.
Benign tumors such as fibroadenomas are frequently seen in the breast in addition to malignant tumors.
They differ from fibroadenomas by having scanty connective tissue and more acinar units instead of large ducts with epithelial component (14).
Objective: The aim of this study was to evaluate the performance of ultrasound (US) guided Vacuum Assisted Biopsy (VAB) in the therapeutic excision of breast fibroadenomas.
It often isn't clear what is causing the pain, but it is more common in women who have benign tumors called fibroadenomas or breast cysts.
A randomised trial of Boswellia in association with betaine and myo-inosotol in the management of breast fibroadenomas.
12) Juvenile fibroadenomas occur predominantly in adolescents and may grow to enormous sizes.
One of the two patients presented with three fibroadenomas, all of which were treated in a total of 43 minutes.
Frequently discovered in clinical workups for breast cancer diagnosis and during routine breast cancer screening, clinicians often face of challenge of distinguishing fibroadenomas from breast cancer.
Of these five patients, one had breast carcinoma and ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS) and four had bilateral fibroadenomas.