epithelize
transitive verb see epithelialization

New Collegiate Dictionary. 2001.

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  • epithelize — vt. epithelialized, epithelializing [ep΄i thē′līz΄] vt. epithelized, epithelizing to cover with epithelium: also epithelialize vt. epithelialized, epithelializing * * * ep·i·the·lize (ĕp ə thēʹ …   Universalium

  • epithelize — vt. epithelialized, epithelializing [ep΄i thē′līz΄] vt. epithelized, epithelizing to cover with epithelium: also epithelialize vt. epithelialized, epithelializing …   English World dictionary

  • epithelize — ep·i·the·lize .ep ə thē .līz or ep·i·the·li·al·ize lē ə .līz or Brit ep·i·the·lise or ep·i·the·li·al·ise vt, lized or Brit lised; liz·ing or Brit lis·ing to cause to undergo epithelization * * * ep·i·the·lize (ep″ĭ theґlīz)… …   Medical dictionary

  • epithelize — ep·i·the·lize …   English syllables

  • epithelize — …   Useful english dictionary

  • epithelialization — or epithelization noun Date: circa 1934 the process of becoming covered with or converted to epithelium • epithelialize or epithelize transitive verb …   New Collegiate Dictionary

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  • epithelization — See epithelize. * * * …   Universalium

  • epithel- — combining form Etymology: New Latin epithelium : epithelium epithelize epitheloid …   Useful english dictionary

  • epithelialize — verb see epithelize …   Useful english dictionary

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