parenchymatous


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par·en·chym·a·tous

(par'eng-kim'ă-tŭs), Avoid the mispronunciation par'eng-kī'mă-tŭs.
Relating to the parenchyma.
Synonym(s): parenchymal
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par·en·chym·a·tous

, parenchymous (par'ĕn-kim'ă-tŭs, -en'ki-mŭs)
Relating to the parenchyma.
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parenchymatous

(păr″ĕn-kĭm′ă-tŭs)
Concerning the essential tissues of an organ.
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Other possible explanations are that false negative serum antibody results by ELISA may be higher in patients with only parenchymatous disease, especially with single lesions [1].
crenata were composed of epidermis, aerenchyma, septa, inner cortex with parenchymatous cells, and vascular bundle (Figure 16).
Cytoplasm vacuolization in parenchymatous cells of the liver and hypertrophied hepatocytes were seen in both high fat diet (Figure 1(b)) and orlistat groups (Figure 1(e)).