Definition of benignancy in English:

benignancy

noun

  • See benignant

    • ‘Malignancy or benignancy was established if patients had definitive pathology of the lesion in question.’
    • ‘A trained SVM and one expert chest radiologist classified 136 cases to benignancy and malignancy.’
    • ‘We showed that it is possible to estimate VCF risk of malignancy or benignancy using a small set of variables.’
    • ‘Generally, two years of stability is necessary to document benignancy.’
    • ‘For decision support, other kinds of likelihood of malignancy or benignancy and retrieval based on similar other breast images were constructed.’

Pronunciation

benignancy

/bɪˈnɪɡnənsi/