Definitions

from The Century Dictionary.

  • Cell-like: a term applied by Henle to corpuscles, as of lymph, chyle, etc., which seem to resemble each other essentially in their chemical and microscopical characters.

from the GNU version of the Collaborative International Dictionary of English.

  • adjective (Physiol.) Cell-like; -- applied to the corpuscles of lymph, blood, chyle, etc.

from Wiktionary, Creative Commons Attribution/Share-Alike License.

  • adjective physiology cell-like; applied to the corpuscles of lymph, blood, chyle, etc.

Etymologies

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Ancient Greek for "hollow vessel" + -oid.

Examples

  • Eye Examination: Your physician may do an examination of your eyes with a fundoscope to look at the back of the eye for signs of cytoid bodies, evidence of blood vessel inflammation that is related to CNS disease.

    THE LUPUS HANDBOOK FOR WOMEN

  • Eye Examination: Your physician may do an examination of your eyes with a fundoscope to look at the back of the eye for signs of cytoid bodies, evidence of blood vessel inflammation that is related to CNS disease.

    THE LUPUS HANDBOOK FOR WOMEN

  • Eye Examination: Your physician may do an examination of your eyes with a fundoscope to look at the back of the eye for signs of cytoid bodies, evidence of blood vessel inflammation that is related to CNS disease.

    THE LUPUS HANDBOOK FOR WOMEN

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