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albicans

 [al´bĭ-kans] (L.)
white.

White

(wīt),
Paul Dudley, U.S. cardiologist, 1886-1973. See: Lee-White method, Wolff-Parkinson-White syndrome.

white

(wīt),
The color resulting from commingling of all the rays of the spectrum; the color of chalk or of fresh snow.
Synonym(s): albicans (1)
[A.S. hwīt]

albicans

/al·bi·cans/ (al´bĭ-kans) [L.] white.

albicans

[al′bikənz]
Etymology: L, albus, white
white or whitish. See also corpus albicans.

albicans

(1) White, whitish. 
(2) Corpus albicans [NA6, NH3].

cor·pus al·bi·cans

(kōr'pŭs al'bi-kanz) [TA]
A retrogressed corpus luteum, characterized by a shrinking cicatricial core surrounded by an amorphous, convoluted, completely hyalinized lutein zone.
Synonym(s): albicans (2) .

white

(wīt)
The color resulting from commingling of all the rays of the spectrum; the color of chalk or of snow.
Synonym(s): albicans (1) .
[A.S. hwīt]

albicans

[L.] white.
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