Histoid

His'toid adjective [ Greek 'isto`s tissue + -oid .] Resembling the normal tissues; as, histoid tumors.
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histoid

1. Resembling in structure one of the tissues of the body. ... 2. Sometimes used with reference to the histologic structure of a neoplasm derived from and consisting of a single, relatively simple type of neoplastic tissue that closely resembles the normal, as in certain fibromas and leiomyomas. ... Synonym: histioid. ... Origin: histo-+ G. Eidos, ...
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histoid

(his´toid) developed from one kind of tissue. resembling one of the tissues of the body.
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Histoid

• (a.) Resembling the normal tissues; as, histoid tumors.
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histoid

histoid, histic 1. Resembling the normal tissues; such as, histoid tumors. 2. Similar to or like one of the tissues of the body. 3. Possessing a weblike structure of normal connective tissue.
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histoid

Type: Term Pronunciation: his′toyd Definitions: 1. Resembling in structure one of the tissues of the body. 2. Sometimes used with reference to the histologic structure of a neoplasm derived from and consisting of a single, relatively simple type of neoplastic tissue that closely resembles the normal, as in certain fibromas and leiomyomas. Syn...
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