histoid

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histoid

(ˈhɪstɔɪd)
adj
1. (Pathology) resembling normal tissue
2. (Biology) composed of one kind of tissue
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Histological examination of the tumor revealed a cystic lesion covered by histioid and spilled epithelial cells (Figure 2).
Regarding the histological profiles, galls may be classified as organoids or histioids. The organoid galls do not histologically differ from their host organs, but macroscopic alterations may be observed (Sinnott, 1960).