Words nearby parenchyma
Origin of parenchyma
OTHER WORDS FROM parenchymapa·ren·chy·mal, par·en·chym·a·tous [par-uh ng-kim-uh-tuh s] /ˌpær əŋˈkɪm ə təs/, adjectivein·ter·pa·ren·chy·mal, adjective
Examples from the Web for parenchymatous
The liver showed a slight degree of parenchymatous degeneration, the congestion making prominent the structure of the organ.Plague|Thomas Wright Jackson
They always imply desquamation of epithelium, which rarely occurs except in parenchymatous inflammations (Figs. 60 and 61).
Parenchymatous inflammation is manifested by a degeneration of the cells affected.
Parenchymatous tonsillitis may subside by resolution, or, as is quite frequent, terminate by suppuration.
Renal cells are abundant in parenchymatous nephritis, especially the acute form.