Chondroid
Chondroid Chon"droid, a. [Gr. ? cartilage + -oid.] Resembling cartilage. [1913 Webster]

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  • chondroid — 1. Resembling cartilage. SYN: cartilaginoid. 2. Uncharacteristically developed cartilage, primarily cellular with a basophilic matrix and thin or nonexistent capsules. [chondro + G. eidos, resemblance] * * * chon·droid kän .drȯid adj resembling… …   Medical dictionary

  • chondroid — adj. [Gr. chondros, cartilage; eidos, shape] Resembling cartilage …   Dictionary of invertebrate zoology

  • chondroid — /kon droyd/, adj. cartilaginous or resembling cartilage. [1840 50; CHONDR + OID] * * * …   Universalium

  • chondroid — chon|dro|i̱d, in fachspr. Fügungen: chon|dro|i̱des [↑chondro... und ↑...id]: knorpelartig …   Das Wörterbuch medizinischer Fachausdrücke

  • chondroid — chon·droid …   English syllables

  • chondroid — ˈkänˌdrȯid adjective Etymology: chondr + oid : resembling cartilage …   Useful english dictionary

  • Chondroid lipoma — Classification and external resources ICD O: 8862/0 Chondroid lipomas are deep seated, firm, yellow tumors that characteristically occur on the legs of women.[1]:625 See also …   Wikipedia

  • chondroid lipoma — an uncommon benign fatty neoplasm occurring as a well circumscribed, yellow, sometimes encapsulated, slowly growing mass, typically affecting middle aged adults, usually women, and most often involving the proximal limbs or the limb girdles; it… …   Medical dictionary

  • chondroid syringoma — a usually benign tumor originating in the sweat glands, occurring as a solitary, firm, deep seated intradermal or subcutaneous nodule on the head or neck, and characterized by ductal and glandular proliferation …   Medical dictionary

  • chondroid tissue — an embryonic form of cartilage composed of vesicular cells provided with elastic capsules and having collagenous fibers in its interstitial substance. Called also fibrohyaline t. and pseudocartilage …   Medical dictionary

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