Examples of carcinoma in a Sentence
four deaths attributable to carcinoma
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Their world turned upside down when Neumann was diagnosed with NUT midline carcinoma, a squamous cell cancer that generally affects the midline of the body such as the head, neck and center of the chest.
The doctors came back later with a complete diagnosis: ductal carcinoma in situ (DCIS), or stage zero—a form of cancer in which the cancerous cells are contained to the breast ducts and have not spread to the surrounding tissue.
Copeland, who died of Merkel Cell carcinoma in 2008, is best known for founding Popeyes fried chicken in 1972.
Her battle began when she was first diagnosed in 2009 with adenoid cystic carcinoma, a rare form of cancer.
Even more shocking, the diagnosis said this cancer was squamous cell carcinoma.
Grenon, who lives in Smithfield, Rhode Island, said her concerns for her son grew after a doctor excised two basal cell carcinomas from her face in February, and another one three years ago.
Grunewald was diagnosed in 2009 with adenoid cystic carcinoma, a form of cancer in her salivary gland.
Grunewald, an elite middle-distance runner, has a form of cancer called adenoid cystic carcinoma.
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Origin and Etymology of carcinoma
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Definition of carcinoma for English Language Learners
medical : a type of cancer
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