proso millet

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pro·so millet

 (prō′sō)
n.
An annual grass (Panicum miliaceum) having a large drooping panicle and adapted to dry soils, widely cultivated in prehistoric Eurasia for its grain and now grown in North America chiefly for birdseed and livestock feed. Also called broomcorn millet, common millet.

[Russian or Polish proso, millet.]
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Em relacao a classificacao dos tipos de procedimentos, observou-se que a maior busca foi por realizacao de exerese de lesoes superficiais como cisto, lipoma, nevo, dermatose papulosa nigra, fibroma mole, verruga, millium, entre outras.
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