Foci

The medical term applied to a small group of cells occurring in an organ and distinguishable, either in appearance or histochemically, from the surrounding tissue.

Foci

A small group of cells occurring e.g. in the liver, distinguishable, in appearance or histochemically, from the surrounding tissue. They are indicative of an early stage of a lesion which may lead to the formation of neoplastic nodules or hepatocellular carcinomas.

foci

Plural of focus. The origin or centre of a disseminated disease. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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Foci

• (pl. ) of Focus
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foci

foci 1. Plural of focus. 2. The origin or center of a disseminated disease.
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foci

Type: Term Pronunciation: fō′sī Definitions: 1. Plural of focus.
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foci

The precise point within the Earth's crust or mantle where rocks begin to rupture or move in an earthquake.
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