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, しゅ
Noun, used as a suffix
tumor, tumour
, しゅよう
Medicine term
tumor, tumour, neoplasm, neoplasia
胃に腫瘍ができたので切ってもらった。
れる, 脹れる, はれる
Ichidan verb, Intransitive
to swell (from inflammation), to become swollen
扁桃腺がはれている気がするのですが。
, がんしゅ
carcinoma
, しゅだい
NA-adjective
swelling
, ひしゅ
Medicine term
splenomegaly, enlarged spleen
, そしょう
swelling, boil
, きしゅ
emphysema
, しゅりゅう
lump, mass, tumor (tumour)
, のうしゅ
See 嚢胞
cyst
, こっしゅ, こつしゅ
osteoma
, きんしゅ
Medicine term, Archaism
warm tumor, hot swelling
, 脹れ, はれ
swelling, boil
はれが引くまで何日くらいかかりますか。
黒色, こくしょくしゅ
melanoma
麦粒, ばくりゅうしゅ
sty (on the eyelid), hordeolum
, むくむ
Godan verb, Intransitive, Usually in kana
to swell, to become swollen, to become puffy (e.g. face from lack of sleep), to become bloated (esp. from fluid retention)
手足がむくんでいます。
骨肉, こつにくしゅ
osteosarcoma
肺水, はいすいしゅ
pulmonary edema, pulmonary oedema
れ物, れもの, , はれもの
See 腫物・しゅもつ, Usually in kana
tumor, tumour, swelling, boil, abscess
, のうしゅよう
brain tumor, brain tumour
骨髄, こつずいしゅ
myeloma
瘍学, しゅようがく
oncology
真珠, しんじゅしゅ
cholesteatoma, pearl tumor, pearl tumour
らす, はらす
Godan verb, Transitive
to cause to swell, to inflame
中皮, ちゅうひしゅ
mesothelioma, mesothelial tumor (tumour)
霰粒, さんりゅうしゅ, せんりゅうしゅ
chalazion (sebaceous cyst of the eyelid), tarsal cyst
奇形, きけいしゅ
teratoma, teratocarcinoma, teratoid tumor
脂肪, しぼうしゅ
lipoma, adipose tumor
蝦蟇, がましゅ
ranula
ゴム, ゴムしゅ
1. gumma, gumme
May take 'no'
2. gummatous
, 地ばれ, じばれ
Takes suru
swelling (around a wound)
神経, しんけいしゅ
Medicine term
neuroma
黄色, おうしょくしゅ
xanthoma
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