chordoid

chordoid

[kôr′doid]
Etymology: Gk, chorde + eidos, form
resembling the notochord or notochordal tissue.

chordoid

adjective
(1) Referring or pertaining to the notochord.
(2) Referring to or resembling a chordoma.
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We identified 4 well-described UCa variants, including those with rhabdoid (9 of 28; 32%; Figure 2, B), poorly differentiated squamous (8 of 28; 29%; Figure 2, C), chordoid (3 of 28; 11%; Figure 2, D), and lymphoepithelioma-like (1 of 28; 4%) features.
Chordoid meningiomas often contain regions that are histologically similar to chordoma, with cords or trabeculae of eosinophilic, vacuolated cells in a background of abundant mucoid matrix background.
5,11,12) Tumours with (1) predominantly chordoid pattern and small chondroid foci.
Chordoid meningioma arising in the pineal region: a case report.
Rare pathological types, such as rhabdoid, osteoblastic and chordoid types have been described (2,24,53).
The enigmatic cycliophoran chordoid larva has one pair of FMRFamidergic and two pairs of serotonergic nerves (Wanninger, 2005; Fig.
Yet another type of larva, a chordoid, emerges from the eggs, swims to another lobster, and dies, leaving a few bud cells that develop into a feeding-stage larva.
Diabetes insipidus, panhypopituitarism, and severe mental status deterioration in a patient with chordoid glioma: case report and literature review.
Immunohistochemical comparison of chordoma with chondrosarcoma, myxopapillary ependymoma, and chordoid meningioma.
Chordoid Meningioma: A Clinicopathologic Study of 42 Cases.
Finally, D2-40 staining has proved to be effective in distinguishing true chordoid tumors from chondrosarcoma, but is not currently used.
No other variants (clear cell, chordoid, or papillary) were identified in the high-grade meningiomas.