- pareira brava,
- parenchymatous degeneration,
- parenchymatous goiter,
- parenchymatous hemorrhage,
- parenchymatous keratitis
Origin of parenchyma
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.
Word Origin for parenchyma
1650s, Modern Latin, from Greek parenkhyma "something poured in beside," from para- "beside" (see para- (1)) + enkhyma "infusion," from en- "in" + khein "to pour" (see found (v.2)). In ancient physiology, the stuff that was supposed to make up the liver, lungs, etc., which was believed to be formed from blood strained through the capillaries and congealed.