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globoid

 [glo´boid]
globe-shaped; spheroid.

globoid

/glo·boid/ (glo´boid) globe-shaped; spheroid.

globoid

(glo'boyd) [? + Gr. eidos, form, shape]
Resembling a globe. Synonym: spheroid
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Krabbe's globoid cell leukodystrophy: Deficiency of galactocerebro-sidase in serum, leukocytes and fibroblasts.
and conglomerate of globoid galls/leaflet; numbers of spiders and percentages of leaflet with total galls, leaflet area with total galls, leaflet area with conglomerate of globoid galls, and leaflet area with globoid galls/leaflet; and number of spiders and area ([mm.
Furthermore, a longitudinal section of a rehydrated mature lpa241 kernel, stained with toluidine blue, showed that the wild-type scutella contained many large globoids (Fig.
Results also show that marrow transplants -- performed when the mice are 9 to 12 days old -- increase enzyme levels in the central nervous system, result in much lower levels of psychosine and are followed by a disappearance of globoid cells.
On radiographs, a globoid heart may be appreciated in animals with pericardial effusion.
Our study showed an intense, globoid staining pattern of S100 protein among the neurotized areas as in the previous report.
Bone marrow transplantation for globoid cell leukodystrophy, adrenoeukodystrophy, metachromatic leukodystrophy, and Hurler syndrome.
X-ray analysis studies of elements stored in protein body globoid crystals of Triticum grains.
Whole body radiographs revealed a soft-tissue tubular structure extending from the cranial to the caudal coelom with loss of the normal "hourglass" appearance between the cardiac and hepatic silhouettes, suspected moderate globoid enlargement of the cardiac silhouette, and possible enlargement of the hepatic silhouette (Fig 2A).
Signet ring-type cells also are described in gastric MALT lymphomas and appear to represent a curious type of lymphoepithelial lesion in which the foveolar cells, disaggregated by the lymphomatous infiltrate, attain a globoid, signet ring-type appearance.