|cellular structure of a tissue||cytoarchitecture|
|(1650-1702) British doctor who was famous for his research on bone structure and after whom Haversian canals were named||Clopton Havers|
|(about an organ or tissue) located in the wrong place||heterotopic|
|(Anatomy) located beneath the clavicle; of or relating to a subclavian structure, under the collarbone||subclavian|
|(Anatomy) outer layer or region (of the brain, etc.); outer layer of tissue (Botany), outer layer of body part, tissue layer||cortex|
|(Biology) cell or tissue which is easily stained with an acid dye; organism which grows well in an acid environment (also acidophile), (Biology) readily absorbs acid dyes; grows well in an acid environment||acidophil|
|(Biology) cell or tissue which is easily stained with an acid dye; organism which grows well in an acid environment, (Biology) readily absorbs acid dyes; grows well in an acid environment||acidophile|
|(Biology) contained within a cell; below cellular level, inside a cell, on a smaller-than-cell scale||subcellular|
|(Biology) pertaining to the epithelium, pertaining to the layer of cells lining bodily organs and surfaces, forming a protective layer of surface tissue||epithelial|
|(Embryology) formation of neurulae (stage in fetal development in which nervous tissue is discernable)||neurulation|
|(Embryology) primordial excretory tissue that is nonfunctional in humans (stage in the formation of the kidneys), embryonic part of kidney||pronephros|
|(Geology) formed elsewhere than in the rock in which it is found (pertaining to a structure within a rock)||allogenic|
|(Medicine) disorder affecting women in which uterine tissue grows outside the uterus (in the pelvic cavity, ovaries, etc.), presence of endometrium elsewhere than womb||endometriosis|
|(Medicine) electrical impulse originating in brain tissue; sudden idea, brainstorm, inspirational thought, wave of voltage in brain||brain wave|
|(Medicine) hardening or destruction of tissue through the application of an electrical current, destruction of tissue with an electrical device||electrocoagulation|
|(Medicine) inflammation of the tendons, inflammation of the tissue that attaches a muscle to a bone (also spelled tendinitis)||tendonitis|
|(Medicine) mold used to hold a skin graft in place during healing; thin tube inserted into a tubular structure (e.g. a blood vessel) to hold it open or remove a blockage||stent|
|(Medicine) obstruction, blockage; infarct, area of dying or dead tissue, infarct formation||infarction|
|(Medicine) perform surgery with a small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone, remove a circle of bone or tissue, small circular saw for cutting circular discs of bone (Medicine), surgical instrument||trephine|
|(Medicine) pertaining to an adenoma, pertaining to a benign glandular tumor; pertaining to an abnormal increase in the number of cells in glandular tissue||adenomatous|
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