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angioma

noun an·gi·o·ma \ˌan-jē-ˈō-mə\
plural an·gi·o·mas also an·gi·o·ma·ta\-mə-tə\

Definition of ANGIOMA

:  a tumor composed chiefly of blood vessels or lymph vessels
an·gi·o·ma·tous \-mə-təs\ adjective

Origin of ANGIOMA

New Latin
First Known Use: 1871

angioma

noun an·gi·o·ma \ˌan-jē-ˈō-mə\   (Medical Dictionary)
plural an·gi·o·mas also an·gi·o·ma·ta \-mət-ə\

Medical Definition of ANGIOMA

:  a tumor (as a hemangioma or lymphangioma) composed chiefly of blood vessels or lymphatic vessels
an·gi·o·ma·tous \-mət-əs\ adjective

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