histoid

[his-toid]

adjective

Pathology. resembling normal tissue in structure.
similar to or derived from one kind of tissue.

Also histioid.

Origin of histoid

First recorded in 1870–75; hist- + -oid
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British Dictionary definitions for histoid

histoid

adjective

resembling normal tissue
composed of one kind of tissue
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histoid in Medicine

histoid

[hĭstoid′]

adj.

Resembling the structure of one of the tissues of the body. Used of the histologic structure of a tumor.
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