karyomegaly

karyomegaly

 [kar″e-o-meg´ah-le]
abnormal enlargement of the nucleus of a cell.
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karyomegaly

(kăr″ē-ō-mĕg′ă-lē) [″ + megas, large]
An abnormal enlargement of the cell nucleus.
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karyomegaly

An increase in the size of the nuclei of the cells of a tissue.
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Within one section of kidney, very rare tubular epithelial cells of the medullary cone displayed karyomegaly with large, 13-[micro]m, glassy, basophilic, intranuclear, viral inclusion bodies.
25 He observed karyomegaly in the PCTs of the frog which was most marked in the 10-day treatment group.
Binucleated and multinucleated cells as well as karyomegaly were multifocally observed.
In the four high-grade tumors with a low mitotic index, karyomegaly (n=3) (Figure 1b), bizarre nuclei (n=1) and multinucleated cells (n=1) were seen.
These findings were correlated with the amelioration of CSP-induced tubular necrosis, degeneration, karyomegaly, and tubular dilatation [65].
The bone marrow also showed similar cells, with karyomegaly, dense chromatin, and coalescing vacuoles which were Periodic Acid Schiff (PAS) negative.