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syn·cy·tial

(sin-si'shăl, -sish'ē-ăl, -sit'ē-ăl),
Relating to a syncytium.

syncytial

/syn·cy·tial/ (sin-sish´al) of or pertaining to a syncytium.

syncytial

[sinsish′əl]
pertaining to a syncytium.

syn·cy·tial

(sin-sish'ăl)
Relating to a syncytium.

syncytial

pertaining to or producing a syncytium.

bovine syncytial virus
feline syncytial virus
syncytial giant cell
multinucleated mass of protoplasm formed by the fusion of a number of cells; a stage in the formation of a syncytium.
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