Medical Definition of Chromatoid

1. A refractile substance composed of chromatin, thought to be a non-glycogen food reserve contained within the cytoplasm of certain protozoa; seen in cysts of Entamoeba histolytica as rounded bars or chromatoidal bodies in contrast to the splintery form of chromatoid bodies in cysts of Entamoeba coli. Origin: chromato-+ G. Eidos, form (05 Mar 2000)



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Chromatoid

chromatogenous
chromatogram
chromatograms
chromatograph
chromatographed
chromatographer
chromatographic
chromatographical
chromatographically
chromatographies
chromatographing
chromatographs
chromatography
chromatography column
chromatography paper
chromatoid (current term)
chromatokinesis
chromatology
chromatolyses
chromatolysis
chromatolytic
chromatometer
chromatopectic
chromatopexis
chromatophil
chromatophilia
chromatophilic
chromatophobia
chromatophore
chromatophores

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