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fun·goid

 (fŭng′goid′)
adj.
Of, relating to, resembling, or being a fungus.
n.
A fungus.

fungoid

(ˈfʌŋɡɔɪd)
adj
1. (Pathology) resembling a fungus or fungi: a fungoid growth.
2. (Botany) resembling a fungus or fungi: a fungoid growth.

fun•goid

(ˈfʌŋ gɔɪd)

adj.
1. resembling or of the nature of a fungus.
n.
2. a growth having the characteristics of a fungus.
[1830–40]
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Adj.1.fungoid - resembling fungi
Translations

fungoid

[ˈfʌŋgɔɪd] ADJparecido a un hongo, como un hongo (Med) → fungoide

fungoid

, fungous
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The pathologist noted epidermotropism, exocytosis with atypical lymphoid cells, and a "predominance of T cells," leading to a diagnosis of "probable mycosis fungoides.
CTCL is a group of diseases, including Mycosis Fungoides, constituting a type of non-Hodgkin's lymphoma in which certain cells of the lymph system (T cells) become cancerous and affect the skin.
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