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myx·oid

 (mĭk′soid′)
adj.
Containing mucus; mucoid.

myxoid

(ˈmɪksɔɪd)
adj
(Biology) of, relating to or containing mucus
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Histopathological examination of hematoxylin staining soft tissue sections revealed a loose and myxoid connective tissue stroma covered by columnar epithelium of a single layer, the epithelium resembled inner enamel epithelium (Figure 1B and Figure 2).
They observed neoplastic cells with large, inclusion-like nucleoli within a myxoid and fibroinflammatory milieu, frequent involvement of the hands and feet, and potential for local recurrence.
Focal area of myxoid degeneration was seen and few areas showed hemorrhage with the collection of numerous extravasated RBCs.
Currently, there are six ongoing Phase I/II studies investigating GSK3377794 as monotherapy (in non-small lung cancer, metastatic melanoma, ovarian, multiple myeloma, synovial sarcoma, and myxoid round cell liposarcoma), as well as a Phase I study in combination with pembrolizumab in multiple myeloma.
There are currently six ongoing phase I/II studies of GSK3377794 as monotherapy (non-small cell lung cancer, metastatic melanoma, ovarian, multiple myeloma, synovial sarcoma, and myxoid round cell liposarcoma) and one phase I study in combination with pembrolizumab in multiple myeloma.
The fetal type is separated into myxoid and intermediate types.
The tumour was composed of spindle and stellate-shaped cells in a myxoid matrix.
There are histological variations (clear cell, epithelioid, granular cell, and myxoid changes) and secondary degenerative changes (hyaline degeneration, cystic change, myxoid degeneration, infection, necrosis, and calcification) in leiomyoma of the oral cavity and head and neck region.
Myxoma is defined as "a tumor composed of sometimes spindle-shaped cells set in a myxoid stroma containing mucopolysaccharide, through which course very delicate reticulin fibers in various directions and which is locally invasive.
Microscopic examination of the H&E slides revealed plump, spindle-shaped cells with oval, pale-staining nuclei, and prominent nucleoli arranged in short, irregular bundles and fascicles intermixed with adipose tissue in myxoid and some fibrous matrix [Figure 1].
Pathology confirmed the presence of a myxoid liposarcoma (Figure 5).
The epithelial architectural pattern was studied with respect to the ducts, trabeculae, solid nests while mesenchymal component was divided into myxoid, chondroid and chondromyxoid elements.