Henry strode around the room, hitting the fibroid floor like a prehistoric monster on a sandpaper bridge.
From furuncle, abscess, and sebaceous, fatty and fibroid tumors.
Then she came under my care with a fibroid as large as a fetus at full term.
These diseases range from neuralgia and "nerves" to (in women) fibroid growths.
In a few weeks they may reach or exceed the hardness of a fibroid tumor.
Women with fibroid tumors are particularly likely to suffer from it.
In contradistinction to fibroid tumours it frequently arises after the menopause.
It may be the result of injury or is associated with pregnancy or a fibroid.
In the pulmonary blood-vessels, as in pulmonary emphysema, chronic pleurisy, and fibroid induration of the lungs.
Peter Schmidt had a serious operation to perform for a fibroid tumour.
fibroid fi·broid (fī'broid')
Composed of or resembling fibers or fibrous tissue. n.
A fibroma or myoma occurring especially on that occurs in the uterine wall.