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endophytic

 [en″do-fit´ik]
1. pertaining to an endophyte.
2. growing inward; proliferating on the interior of an organ or structure.
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en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik),
1. Pertaining to an endophyte.
2. Referring to an infiltrative, invasive tumor.
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en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik)
1. Pertaining to an endophyte.
2. Referring to an infiltrative, invasive tumor.
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endophytic

Of a tumour that grows inwards from a surface, implying malignancy. Contrast with EXOPHYTIC.
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en·do·phyt·ic

(en'dō-fit'ik)
Denotes an infiltrative, invasive tumor.
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