Translation of cancerous in Spanish:


canceroso, adj.

Pronunciation /ˈkænsərəs/ /ˈkans(ə)rəs/


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    (tissue/tumor) canceroso
    cancerous growth tumor canceroso / maligno
    • The young actress had a lump removed from her breast because doctors suspected it was cancerous.
    • In the laboratory, this substance protects cells from cancerous change.
    • It was originally designed to break down cancerous tissues.
    • The study suggests that the size of the light scatterers in the cancerous epithelium are not significantly modified.
    • Individuals from Family A were monitored by dermatologists for cancerous and precancerous lesions of the skin.
    • A new ovarian tumor index to help physicians accurately diagnose ovarian tumors as cancerous or benign has been developed by researchers in Dallas.
    • Of those patients, 214 were diagnosed with noncancerous masses, and 30 had cancerous neoplasms.
    • Although cancerous liver cells easily can be grown in culture dishes, growing healthy liver cells is not so easy.
    • It's believed calcium reduces the occurrence of polyps in the colon that can turn cancerous.
    • Knowing what changes to the genome make cells cancerous can help oncologists defeat the tumor with tailor-made chemotherapy.