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carcinoid

noun car·ci·noid \ˈkär-sə-ˌnid\

Definition of CARCINOID

:  a benign or malignant tumor arising especially from the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract
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First Known Use of CARCINOID

1925
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carcinoid

noun car·ci·noid \ˈkärs-ən-ˌid\

Medical Definition of CARCINOID

:  a benign or malignant tumor arising especially from the mucosa of the gastrointestinal tract (as in the stomach or appendix)

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