All tumors (benign and malignant) have two basic components. Proliferating neoplastic cells that constitute their parenchyma, and suppertime stroma made up of connective tissue and blood vessels. . 1. Principle of nomenclature (1) Benign tumors Attaching the suffix-oma to the cell origin of the name of organ and derived tissue cll oma i. g. adenoma of thyroid. More detail: The name of organ and derived tissue/ cell morphologic character oma i. g. skin pailloma, ovarian cyst a9458
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