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Small cell carcinoma

small cell carcinoma

(Science: oncology, tumour) Common malignant neoplasm of bronchus.

cells of the tumour have endocrine like characteristics and may secrete one or more of a wide range of hormones, especially regulatory peptides like bombesin.


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