Definition of Histogenetic. Meaning of Histogenetic. Synonyms of Histogenetic

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Definition of Histogenetic

Histogenetic
Histogenetic His`to*ge*net"ic, a. [See Histogeny.] (Biol.) Tissue-producing; connected with the formation and development of the organic tissues.

Meaning of Histogenetic from wikipedia

- tumors are benign ovarian neoplasms composed only of theca cells. Histogenetically they are cl****ified as **** cord-stromal tumours. They are typically...
- to its pathogenetic role in the development of SGCs, but more to the histogenetic origin of the tumor cells. Various targeted agents, such as imatinib...
- (2008). "Mesenchymal-to-endothelial transition in Kaposi sarcoma: a histogenetic hypothesis based on a case series and literature review". PLOS ONE. 8...
- "coffee bean" nuclei. It has been suggested that these cell rests are the histogenetic origins of Brenner tumors, due to the histological similarity of the...
- (2006). "Giant cell tumour of bone: morphological, biological and histogenetical aspects". Int Orthop, 30, 484–489. PMID 17013643. Huang, l., Xu, J....
- pallium is a relatively simple three-layered structure, encomp****ing 3-4 histogenetically distinct domains, plus the olfactory bulb. It used to be thought that...
- tenosynovial giant cell tumors of localized and diffuse types: diagnostic and histogenetic implications". The American Journal of Surgical Pathology. 33 (8): 1225–9...
- Bailey P, Cushing H. A cl****ification of tumors of the glioma group on a histogenetic basis with a correlated study of progress. Philadelphia: JB Lippincott;...
- Wallace H.; From, Lynn (1971). "The Clinical Diagnosis, Cl****ification and Histogenetic Concepts of the Early Stages of Cutaneous Malignant Melanomas". New England...
- sarcoma in the US in 2014. Sarcomas comprise a large number of rare, histogenetically heterogeneous mesenchymal tumors that, for example, include chondrosarcoma...
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