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fibroid

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adjective fi·broid \ˈfī-brȯid, ˈfi-\

Definition of fibroid

  1. :  resembling, forming, or consisting of fibrous tissue a fibroid tumor

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First Known Use of fibroid

1852


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fibroid

noun fi·broid

Definition of fibroid

  1. :  a benign tumor that consists of fibrous and muscular tissue and occurs especially in the uterine wall

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First Known Use of fibroid

circa 1860


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fibroid

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adjective fi·broid \ˈfīb-rȯid, ˈfib-\

Medical Definition of fibroid

  1. :  resembling, forming, or consisting of fibrous tissue


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fibroid

noun fi·broid

Medical Definition of fibroid

  1. :  a benign tumor especially of the uterine wall that consists of fibrous and muscular tissue


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