The forms of cancer which occur primarily in the stomach are scirrhous, medullary, colloid, and cylindrical epithelial cancer.
Captain Purnall wrenches open the colloid to talk with him man to man.
Cogitations concerning the Hindustani Interpreter: colloid and crystalloid: the Armenians comments.
Then the Sun rises and through the colloid strikes out our lamps.
"It would have to be a colloid, too, capable of suspension in the atmosphere," said Ken.
All of the coats of the stomach are converted into the colloid growth.
In fact guncotton in the colloid state may be hammered on an anvil, and, as a rule, only the portion struck will detonate or fire.
In the more slowly-growing scirrhous and colloid cancers the ulcers are more likely to be superficial.
In fact, no exact knowledge of the source of electrification of any colloid has yet been obtained.
colloid cancer generally appears as a more or less uniform thickening of the gastric walls.
colloid col·loid (kŏl'oid')
A suspension of finely divided particles in a continuous medium from which the particles do not settle out rapidly and are not readily filtered.
The particulate matter so suspended.
The gelatinous stored secretion of the thyroid gland, consisting mainly of thyroglobulin.
Gelatinous material resulting from colloid degeneration in diseased tissue. Also called colloidin.
A mixture in which very small particles of one substance are distributed evenly throughout another substance. The particles are generally larger than those in a solution, and smaller than those in a suspension. Paints, milk, and fog are colloids. Compare solution, suspension.
A substance made up of particles that are larger than most molecules; these particles do not actually dissolve in substances but stay suspended in them.
Note: Fog, paints, and foam rubber are colloids.