Spider Cancer?

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Spider cancer is a type of cancer but the term is not very often used any more. The term is especially not used very much by scientists, doctors, nurses, and people studying medicine. Spider cancer is otherwise known as malignant neoplasm which has a rhizoid or filamentous edge of thin, threadlike, red lines that resemble a spider (which is where the term spider cancer came from). When you look at the cancer on x-ray machines, it will resemble a spider.
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