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pap·il·lo·ma

 (păp′ə-lō′mə)
n. pl. pap·il·lo·mas or pap·il·lo·ma·ta (-mə-tə)
A small benign epithelial tumor, such as a wart, consisting of an overgrowth of cells on a core of smooth connective tissue.

pap′il·lo′ma·tous adj.

papilloma

(ˌpæpɪˈləʊmə)
n, pl -mata (-mətə) or -mas
(Pathology) pathol a benign tumour derived from epithelial tissue and forming a rounded or lobulated mass
[C19: from papilla + -oma]
ˌpapilˈlomatous adj
ˌpapilˌlomaˈtosis n

pap•il•lo•ma

(ˌpæp əˈloʊ mə)

n., pl. -ma•ta (-mə tə)
-mas.
a benign tumor of the skin or mucous membrane consisting of hypertrophied epithelial tissue, as a wart or corn.
[1865–70]
pap`il•lo`ma•to′sis, n.
pap`il•lo′ma•tous (-ˈloʊ mə təs, -ˈlɒm ə-) adj.
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Noun1.papilloma - a benign epithelial tumor forming a rounded mass
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pap·il·lo·ma

n. papiloma, tumor epitelial benigno.
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Collectively, these lesions are referred to as Schneiderian papillomas and include inverted (~50%), exophytic (~47%), and oncocytic (~3%) types.
Two additional right-breast lesions depicted by MRI were isolated for targeting under ultrasound and then biopsied, again demonstrating atypical papillomas.
2) In this case the discharge is probably caused by epithelial development and the formation of spurs of tissue, resembling papillomas, which project into the ducts and alveoli; a delicate network of capillaries then develops within the ducts.
A Case Report with a review of ureteral and renal pelvic inverted papillomas.
Yeson Voice Center offered cure for laryngeal papilloma which causes assorted tumors or papillomas to develop over a period of time.
2) Cloacal fibrosarcoma could have similar clinical signs with cloacal papillomas, such as tenesmus, malodorous droppings, flatulence, and blood in the stool.
Because they have a smaller airway, respiratory papillomas usually have a relatively more serious effect on children.
Bronchial papillomas are divided into the following three main groups; 1) multiple papillomas; 2) inflammatory polyps; 3) solitary papillomas (3).
Skin papillomas are the initial stage of skin cancer development, which may progress to full carcinoma.
The average number of papillomas formed per mouse was only 5.
Papillomas are induced in mice by applying 7,12-dimethylbenzanthracene twice to the backs of mice as a tumour initiator, followed by croton oil, as a tumour promoter, for several months.