pseudosarcomatous

pseudosarcomatous
pseu·do·sar·co·ma·tous .süd-ō-sär-'kō-mət-əs adj resembling but not being a true sarcoma <a \pseudosarcomatous polyp>

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pseu·do·sar·co·ma·tous (soo″do-sahr-koґmə-təs) mimicking sarcoma; used of both benign and malignant lesions that histologically resemble sarcoma.

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