An abnormal increase in the number of cells in an organ or a tissue with consequent enlargement.(noun)
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Use "hyperplasia" in a sentence
"After my first biopsy, I was diagnosed with a condition called hyperplasia with atypia, or a pre-pre-cancer."
"Pre-cancerous changes of the endometrium, called hyperplasia."
"Only one case of inflammation and two cases of a potentially precancerous accumulation of cells known as hyperplasia were noted."