Dyskaryosis

Word used to describe abnormal cells. Means the nucleus of a cell looks abnormal. Mild, moderate and severe dyskaryosis are three levels of abnormality. They are not cancer. They are all phases of pre-cancerous cells which could go on to develop into cancer if left untreated.
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dyskaryosis

Abnormal maturation seen in exfoliated cells that have normal cytoplasm but hyperchromatic nuclei, or irregular chromatin distribution; may be followed by the development of a malignant neoplasm. ... Origin: dys-+ G. Karyon, nucleus, + -osis, condition ... (05 Mar 2000) ...
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dyskaryosis

(dis-kar″e-o´sis) abnormality of the nucleus of a cell. adj., dyskaryot´ic., adj.
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dyskaryosis

dyskaryosis The abnormality of the nucleus of a cell.
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dyskaryosis

Type: Term Pronunciation: dis′kar-ē-ō′sis Definitions: 1. Abnormal maturation seen in exfoliated cells that have normal cytoplasm but hyperchromatic nuclei, or irregular chromatin distribution; may be followed by the development of a malignant neoplasm.
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Dyskaryosis

Dyskaryosis. (dis-kār-ĭ-ó-sis). Abnormal cytologic changes of squamous epithelial cells characterized by hyperchromatic nuclei and/or irregular nuclear chromatin. Maybe followed by the development of a malignant neoplasm. Used synonymously with dysplasia, the more common term. Not to be confused with `dyskeratosis`. Term used for all squamous.....
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