NoduleAka: Nodule, Subcutaneous Nodule
- See Also
- Biopsy persistent, nontender dermal Nodules
- Causes: Subcutaneous Nodule
|Definition (SCTSPA)||Lesión firme, de 1 a 5 cm de diámetro, elevada sobre la superficie de la piel circundante; sólo se diferencia de una pápula por su tamaño|
|Definition (SNOMEDCT_US)||A 1 to 5 cm firm lesion raised above the surface of the surrounding skin; differs from a papule only in size|
|Definition (NCI)||A small lump, swelling or collection of tissue.|
|Definition (NCI_NCI-GLOSS)||A growth or lump that may be malignant (cancer) or benign (not cancer).|
|Concepts||Acquired Abnormality (T020)|
|English||Nodule, Nodules, nodule, nodules, Nodule (morphologic abnormality), Nodule, NOS|
|Spanish||nódulo (anomalía morfológica), nódulo, Nódulo|
Derived from the NIH UMLS (Unified Medical Language System)
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