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

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

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

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