NCI Dictionary of Cancer Terms
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psammoma body (sam-OH-muh BAH-dee)
|A structure found in some benign (not cancer) or malignant (cancer) tumor cells. Psammoma bodies look like hardened concentric rings when viewed under a microscope. They can be a sign of chronic inflammation.|