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his·to·gen·e·sis

 (hĭs′tō-jĕn′ĭ-sĭs)
n.
The formation and development of body tissues.

his′to·ge·net′ic (-jə-nĕt′ĭk), his′to·gen′ic (-jĕn′ĭk) adj.
his′to·ge·net′i·cal·ly, his′to·gen′i·cal·ly adv.
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Along with a strictly morphological classification, a histogenetic model, based on the concept of tumor progression, is regaining ground (4, 5).
The initial term, carcinoma in situ, became established in Europe but was objected to in North America on histogenetic grounds.
A classification of the tumors of the glioma group on a histogenetic basis with a correlated study of prognosis.
Primary Retroperitoneal Mucinous Cystadenoma with a Sarcoma-Like Mural Nodule: An Immunohistochemical Study With Histogenetic Considerations and Literature Review.
(13.) Warner TF, SEo IS: Goblet cell carcinoid of appendix: ultrastructural features and histogenetic aspects.
Chordoid Glioma of the third ventricle: an ultrastructural study of three cases with histogenetic hypothesis.
A wide variety of theories on their origin has been presented during the last century; however the histogenetic origin of BCC remains controversial and requires further exploration.
Therefore, such diagnostic testing is not yet generally applicable in this histogenetic group.
Several authors have proposed various histogenetic theories to explain the origin of cartilage in the soft tissues of the oral cavity, but the exact cause of such cartilaginous masses is unknown [3, 16].
A new entity with histogenetic implications for cutaneous Paget's disease," American Journal of Surgical Pathology, vol.
Rosenthal et al., "Genetic analysis of sinonasal adenocarcinoma phenotypes: distinct alterations of histogenetic significance," Modern Pathology, vol.