Xanthoma

/zanˈθəʊmə/

Origin

Mid 19th century from Greek xanthos ‘yellow’ + -oma. (Source: lexico.com)

Definitions of Xanthoma

Xanthoma

noun

  1. An irregular yellow patch or nodule on the skin, caused by deposition of lipids.

lexico.com

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