Fibroma 英 /faɪ'brəʊmə/
释 义 n. [肿瘤] 纤维瘤
同根词 adj.fibrous 纤维的，纤维性的；纤维状的；fibrinous 纤维蛋白的；fibrocartilaginous 纤维软骨的
n.fibrosis [医] 纤维化，[病理] 纤维变性；fibrinogen [生化] 纤维蛋白原；纤朊原；fibrinolysis [生化] 纤维蛋白溶解
例 句 Objective of the study is to investigate the clinicopathologic features,immunological phenotype and differential diagnosis of fibroma of tendon sheath (FTS).
作者： Suzuki K
期刊：BMC Musculoskelet Disord
Fibroma of tendon sheath (FTS) is more common in males than females, with a ratio of 3 to 1, and it occurs in patients aged between the 2nd and 5th decades. It is reported to present with a small, painless, slowly growing mass. It occurs mainly around small joints, involving the tendons and tendon sheaths of the finger (47.9%), hands (24.8%), and wrist (10.3%). FTS occurring around large joints, such as the elbows, shoulders, hips, knees, and ankles, is rarely reported 2.8–4.2%. However, in these reports, cases in which the joints involved were not clear were included. To the best of our knowledge, FTSs clearly arising “intra-articular” within a large joint have been reported in only 18 cases, while there have been 3 cases of “extra-articular” FTS around large joints. In 19 cases, there was no description of whether the mass was intra or extra-articular. An additional 3 cases of FTS, one that was extra-articular around the elbow joint, one that was extra-articular around the knee joint, and one that was intra-articular within the knee, are reported. Furthermore, the literature was reviewed, focusing on the clinical characteristics and the imaging and histopathology findings of FTSs arising around large joints.