dyshesion

dyshesion

 [dis-he´zhun]
1. disordered cell adherence.
2. loss of intercellular cohesion; a characteristic of malignancy.

dyshesion

/dys·he·sion/ (-he´zhun)
1. disordered cell adherence.
2. loss of intercellular cohesion; a characteristic of malignancy.

dyshesion

1. disordered cell adherence.
2. loss of intercellular cohesion; a characteristic of malignancy.
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The striking dyshesion of the UEC tumor cells makes lymphoma, plasmacytoma, and granulocytic sarcoma enter the list of the differential diagnoses.
At this point, highest in the differential was a CNS lymphoma--based on the infiltrating pattern and the dyshesion and morphology of the cells.