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karyolysis

 [kar″e-ol´ĭ-sis]
the dissolution of the nucleus of a cell. adj., adj karyolyt´ic.

kar·y·ol·y·sis

(kar'ē-ol'i-sis), Avoid the misspelling/mispronunciation karolysis and the mispronunciation karyoly'sis.
Destruction of the nucleus of a cell by swelling and loss of affinity of its chromatin for basic dyes.
[karyo- + G. lysis, dissolution]

karyolysis

/kary·ol·y·sis/ (kar″e-ol´ĭ-sis) the dissolution of the nucleus of a cell.karyolyt´ic

karyolysis

[ker′ē·ol′isis]
Etymology: Gk, karyon + lysis, loosening
the dissolution of a cell nucleus. It occurs normally, both as a form of necrobiosis and during the generation of new cells through mitosis and meiosis.
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Karyolysis

kar·y·ol·y·sis

(kar'ē-ol'i-sis)
Destruction of the nucleus of a cell by swelling, with the loss of affinity of its chromatin for basic dyes.
[karyo- + G. lysis, dissolution]

karyolysis

Destruction of a cell nucleus.

karyolysis

dissolution of the cell nucleus.
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The nuclear abnormalities including binucleated cell (BN), pyknotic nuclei (PN), nuclear buds (NBUDs), condensed chromatic (CC), karyolysis (KL) and Karyorrhexis (KR) have found to be associated with the exposure to tobacco smoke, drugs as well as alcohol.
Lymphocyte necrosis is characterized by karyorrhexis, karyolysis or chromatin clumping and in more severe cases abundant eosinophilic cellular debris may be found.
It includes karyorrhexis, karyolysis, micronucleus formation, pyknosis, binucleation, broken-egg nucleus, anucleation, etc.
These abnormalities included marked binucleation, anisokaryosis, karyolysis, karyorrhexis and karyopyknosis.
The seen nuclear abnormalities induced by chronic exposure to ROSU such as marked binucleation, karyorrhexis, karyolysis and apoptosis might indicate hepatocytes cytotoxicity (Tolbert et al.
4] for 28 consecutive days developed a high degree of steatosis with severe cytoplasmic vacuolation and wide spread hepatocellular necrosis with nuclear pyknosis and karyolysis.
Karyolysis, or nuclear dissolution, in which a Feulgen-negative, ghost-like image of the nucleus remains.
From each subject, a minimum of 1000 cells were screened for calculating the frequency of nuclear anomalies which includes multinucleation, binucleation, pyknosis, karyorrhexis and karyolysis.
The relation between occurrence of Karyolysis (Plate 3) with respect to Alcohol Index and Alcohol+ Smoking+ Chewing Index was found to be statistically highly significant (p < 0.