Definition of Acanthotic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to or having acanthosis.

Partainyms: Acanthosis
Derivative terms: Acanthosis



Definition of Acanthotic

1. Adjective. Of or relating to acanthosis ¹

¹ Source: wiktionary.com

Medical Definition of Acanthotic

1. Pertaining to or characteristic of acanthosis. (05 Mar 2000)

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Acanthotic

acanthopodia
acanthopodina
acanthopodious
acanthopodium
acanthopteri
acanthopterous
acanthopterygian
acanthopterygians
acanthopterygii
acanthopterygious
acanthor
acanthorrhexis
acanthoses
acanthosis
acanthosis nigricans
acanthotic (current term)
acanthous
acanthrocyte
acanthrocytosis
acanths
acanthus
acanthus family
acanthuses
acapella
acapnia
acapnial
acapnial alkalosis
acapnias
acapnic
acapnotic

Literary usage of Acanthotic

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1. Atlas of cutaneous morbid histology by Max Joseph, J. B. van Deventer (1906)
"... formed merely by a layer of granule cells, while the rete is hypertrophied and acanthotic. Between the acanthotic rete cells the cross sections of the ..."

2. The British Journal of Dermatology by British Association of Dermatology (1908)
"Histologically the papillary layer was accentuated, the epidermis was acanthotic, and there was a mononuclear cell infiltration round dilated vessels. ..."

3. A Practical treatise on diseases of the skin for the use of students and by Oliver Samuel Ormsby (1921)
"... is thickened (acanthotic), contains vesicles, individual degenerating cells, migrated leukocytes and pus cells. Vesicles are situated chiefly in the ..."

4. Skin and Venereal Diseases (1918)
"acanthotic, hyperkeratotic, tortuous hair follicles. 2. Horn cysts throughout the derma, derived from the hair follicles. 3. Inflammation. 4. ..."

5. Compend of Special Pathology by Alfred Edward Thayer (1902)
"Epithelium remains intact, slightly acanthotic. This is the simplest form of the disease. As in tuberculosis of the lungs, adventitious elements change its ..."

6. A Compend of pathology, general and special by Alfred Edward Thayer (1906)
"The giant cells contain the bacilli which average about one in 200 sections examined. Epithelium remains intact, slightly acanthotic. ..."

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