Epithelioma


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epithelioma

[‚ep·ə‚thē·lē′ō·mə]
(medicine)
A tumor derived from epithelium; usually a skin cancer, occasionally cancer of a mucous membrane.

Epithelioma

 

a benign or malignant tumor arising from surface epithelium, mainly of the skin and its appendages. In the USSR, the term is applied only to several rare skin tumors, for example, blue nevus (Borst-Jadossohn intradermal epithelioma) and calcifying epithelioma of Malherbe (pilomatricoma). It was formerly used to designate basal cell carcinoma (basal cell epithelioma) and squamous cell carcinoma of the skin (spinocellular epithelioma).

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The microscopic findings detected in our case were consistent with those of canine sebaceous carcinomas and partly included some of the histomorphological features of meibomian epithelioma reported in a horse (Choi et al., 2013; Goldschmidt and Goldschmidt, 2017; Gross et al., 2015).
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A sample was separately received, matched with a fibrous tissue with mononucleated inflammatory cells and showing focally, a regular Malpighian epithelioma.
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