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adjective uni·cen·tric \ˌyü-ni-ˈsen-trik\

Medical Definition of unicentric

  1. :  having a single center of origin <a unicentric tumor> <For example, a pathologic analysis of 130 mastectomy specimens with primary tumors 2 cm or smaller found that only 41% had pathologically confirmed unicentric disease. A total of 42% of patients had multifocal or multicentric disease …—Grace L. Smith et al., The Journal of the American Medical Association, 2 May 2012>

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