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Things carcinoma often describes (“carcinoma ________”)
situ, insitu, associated, sequence

How carcinoma often is described (“________ carcinoma”)
squamous, renal, hepatocellular, invasive, metastatic, primary, small, bronchogenic, medullary, endometrial, cell, gastric, prostatic, basal, advanced, cervical, transitional, papillary, cystic, pancreatic, human, nasopharyngeal, ovarian, ductal, adenoid, lobular, bronchial, colorectal, embryonal, anaplastic, undifferentiated, prostate, recurrent, rectal, verrucous, mammary, differentiated, adrenal, clear, mucoepidermoid, intraductal, oral, follicular, secondary, inoperable, adrenocortical, inflammatory, serous, laryngeal, sebaceous, epidermoid, grade, urothelial, mucinous, occult, scirrhous, microinvasive, superficial, neuroendocrine, vulvar, cortical, thyroid, epithelial, intraepithelial, adeno, colonic, hepatic, uterine, celled, extensive, unresectable, oesophageal, breast, anal, tubular, pulmonary, cutaneous, bronchioloalveolar, parathyroid, adenosquamous, acinic, penile, vaginal, malignant, disseminated, bilateral, residual, endometrioid, alveolar, glottic, familial, salivary, thymic, esophageal, giant


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