Karyomegaly | definition of karyomegaly by Medical dictionary
abnormal enlargement of the nucleus of a cell.
Etymology: Gk, karyon, nut + megas, large
an increase in the nuclear size of tissue cells.
karyomegaly (kăr″ē-ō-mĕg′ă-lē) [″ + megas, large]
An abnormal enlargement of the cell nucleus.
karyomegaly An increase in the size of the nuclei of the cells of a tissue.
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was zonal, being prominent near the central veins.