physaliphore

phy·sal·i·phore

(fi-sal'i-fōr),
A mother cell, or giant cell containing a large vacuole, in a malignant growth.
[G. physallis, bladder, bubble, + phoros, bearing]

physaliphore

An obsolete term for:
(1) A vacuolated cell, more commonly termed physaliferous cell; rarely used in a context other than chordomas; 
(2) A large intracytoplasmic vacuole designated as “balloon” or “bubble”.
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