A growth that is not cancerous
a tumor that is not cancerous
a harmless growth unable to spread to other tissues
a harmless growth, which may or may not be operated on
a slow-growing, non-life threatening tumour that is often surrounded by a fibrous capsule, either formed from healthy cells or the tumour itself
A tumour that is not malignant, which usually remains a uniform shape enclosed in a fibrous sac. It does not spread to other parts of the body, and usually does not recur after being removed. A benign tumour does not indicate cancer
a tumour that is localized and will not maigrate to other parts of the body, not cancerous, usually harmless.
an abnormal growth that is not cancer and does not spread to other areas of the body.
A non-malignant growth. It does not invade other tissues or spread to other parts of the body, but can expand to interfere with local healthy structures.