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fi·bro·ma

 (fī-brō′mə)
n. pl. fi·bro·mas or fi·bro·ma·ta (-mə-tə)
A benign, usually enclosed neoplasm composed primarily of fibrous tissue.

fi·brom′a·tous (-brŏm′ə-təs, -brō′mə-) adj.
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fibroma

(faɪˈbrəʊmə)
n, pl -mata (-mətə) or -mas
(Pathology) a benign tumour derived from fibrous connective tissue
fibromatous adj
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fi•bro•ma

(faɪˈbroʊ mə)

n., pl. -mas, -ma•ta (-mə tə)
a tumor consisting essentially of fibrous tissue.
[1840–50]
fi•brom•a•tous (faɪˈbrɒm ə təs) adj.
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ThesaurusAntonymsRelated WordsSynonymsLegend:
Noun1.fibroma - nonmalignant tumor of connective tissue
fibroid, fibroid tumor - benign tumor containing fibrous tissue (especially in the uterus)
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Translations

fibroma

[faɪˈbrəʊmə] nfibroma m
Collins Italian Dictionary 1st Edition © HarperCollins Publishers 1995

fi·bro·ma

n. fibroma, tumor benigno compuesto de tejido fibroso.
English-Spanish Medical Dictionary © Farlex 2012

fibroma

n fibroma m
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References in periodicals archive ?
Microscopic features of SCAP include glandular proliferation, fibromatous - inflammatory reaction, and papillary formations lined by double-layer epithelium (3,6).
(39,40) Intraoperative gross examination shows a multilobulated, solid, tan-yellow, focally hemorrhagic cut surface (Figure 11, A), and frozen sections reveal relatively uniform, small tumor cells forming tubular glandular structures and cords in a prominent fibromatous stroma (Figure 11, B through D).
Mesothelial tumors can histologically be classified as fibromatous and epithelioid.
Meningiomas are classified according to the neoplasm characteristics, such as tissue invasion, mitotic index, cellular pleomorphism, necrosis and extra neural metastasis, which are malignancy indicators, in addition to the classification in subtypes: meningothelial, fibromatous, transitional, psammomatous, among others (HIGGINS et al., 2017; LOUIS et al., 2016).
Conventional and diffusion-weighted magnetic resonance imaging findings of benign fibromatous paratesticular tumor: a case report.
Atherosclerotic lesions in kidney failure are frequently calcified as opposed to fibromatous include both intima media thickness of the carotid wall.
The chronic nature of OME can be caused by defects in blood antibody production, ciliary dysfunction, mucosal edema or hypertrophy, increased viscosity of secretions, fibromatous changes of edema, overproduction of mucus from increased the number of goblet cells and glandular tissues, and defects of the Eustachian tube.
In 1900, Engert proposed a first morphological classification into four types, as following: fibromatous, cellular, sarcomatous, and angiomatous [43].
Another differential diagnosis is tumor of gonadal stromal origin which is rare and has both fibromatous and sex cord components [5].
Apart from the tumors affecting the toe, benign fibromatous swellings may involve the foot independent of the toe nails and the sole.
In the case of the second one, a fibromatous reaction occurring in an endometriotic cyst stimulates the development of clear cell adenofibroma, which subsequently progresses to borderline clear cell tumors and then to adenofibromatous clear cell carcinoma [4].
"Cellular angiofibroma and related fibromatous lesions of the vulva: report of a series of cases with a morphological spectrum wider than previously described," Histopathology.