Definition of Histoid

1. a. Resembling the normal tissues; as, histoid tumors.



Definition of Histoid

1. Adjective. Resembling the normal tissues. ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Definition of Histoid

1. pertaining to connective tissue [adj]

Medical Definition of Histoid

1. 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, resemblance (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Histoid

histogenous
histogens
histogeny
histogram
histogramme
histogrammed
histogrammes
histogramming
histograms
histographer
histographers
histographical
histography
histohaematin
histohaematins
histoid (current term)
histoid leprosy
histoid neoplasm
histoid tumour
histoincompatibility
histologic
histologic accommodation
histological
histologically
histologies
histologist
histologists
histology
histolyses
histolysis

Literary usage of Histoid

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1. A Practical treatise on the diseases of women by Theodore Gaillard Thomas (1872)
"histoid Tumors.—Tumors containing fat, hair, teeth, boues, skin, in fact all the ... The varieties of this form of tumor are here given : histoid tumors: ..."

2. Histology, Pathology, and Bacteriology by Bennett S. Beach (1892)
"According to the physiological type of tissue that they resemble, as per the following table : histoid OR CONNECTIVE-TISSUE TUMORS. Physiological Type. ..."

3. Botanical Gazette by University of Chicago, JSTOR (Organization) (1918)
"The "histoid" galls are those more numerous types in which an entire plant organ is not involved, the gall being more or less definitely appendicular. ..."

4. A System of oral surgery: Being a Treatise on the Diseases and Surgery of by James Edmund Garretson (1884)
"It is a section of the diseased lower jaw of a man aged about thirty. Death occurred within a year, from return of the growth after operation. histoid Mixed ..."

5. General Pathology: An Introduction to the Study of Medicine, Being a by Horst Oertel (1921)
"Consequently, tumors arising from mesothelium grow in a more organoid epithelial fashion, while those arising from the vascular tube are generally histoid ..."

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