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Not that a tea kettle shows up where your heart should be, but a tumorlike spot might put in an appearance.
They used to think that the danger period was when the tumorlike plaque narrowed arteries.
Neurologists are reporting several cases in which small, tumorlike masses can cause people to feel as though they have to laugh.
His features were constantly distorted as tumorlike lumps passed beneath his skin.
Medical officials said Rahman sustained a hematoma, a tumorlike collection of blood outside the blood vessel.
Keloids, the overgrowth of scar tissue, can also cause disfigurement, including tumorlike growths.
A search for galls, tumorlike growths on twigs, stems and leaves that are created by insects for shelter.
Rei Kawakubo of Comme des Garçons once showed a collection in which she contorted dresses with tumorlike humps.
The reclogging of an artery after it has been opened with a balloon is caused by a tumorlike growth of the smooth-muscle cells that line the artery wall.
Plaque is not an accumulation of something akin to sludge but rather is more of a tumorlike bulge in artery walls, consisting mostly of smooth muscle cells.
Yet another revision five years ago, featuring new ceiling panels and tumorlike protrusions along both sides of the stage, has done much to bring Fisher's sound to an acceptable medium ground.
Much of the imagery found in today's designs expresses new technology: exposed straps, deep trenches dug into the bottoms to reduce weight and shoe tongues with tumorlike protrusions to pump air into those peekaboo windows.
Never mind the lesions and tumorlike growths and discolorations, it was the total lack of any body hair that always got them, the result both of genhole travel and the wearing of these suits.
After the architects presented drawings, plans and elevations, including a model of the entire block, a parade of residents from neighboring buildings rose to protest the design, calling the rear addition a "monolith" and "tumorlike growth" and saying that it would block light to their homes.
Every once in a while, though, a lump that looks on an ultrasound like a fibroid turns out to be adenomyosis, a more complex sort of benign condition in which glandular tissue from the innermost layer of the uterus inappropriately penetrates the myometrium, creating a tumorlike growth.
The uterus-like mass (ULM) is a tumorlike anatomical entity originally described in the ovary in 1981 and thereafter reported in several locations of the pelvis and abdominal cavity including broad ligament, greater omentum, cervix, small intestine, mesentery and conus medullaris.