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older term for a neoplasm characterized by a cytohistologic pattern that closely resembles the tissue from which the neoplastic cells are derived.
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histoid neoplasmA generic term of uncertain clinical utility for any tumour that histologically resembles the tissue from which it is presumed to arise.
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Neoplasm in which structure resembles the tissues and elements that surround it.
See also: neoplasm
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