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thymic

 [thi´mik]
pertaining to the thymus.

thy·mic

(thī'mik),
Relating to the thymus gland.

thymic

/thy·mic/ (thi´mik) pertaining to the thymus.

thymic

(thī′mĭk)
adj.
Of or relating to the thymus: thymic epithelium.

thymic

[thī′mik]
pertaining to the thymus gland.

thymic

adjective Referring to the thymus.

thy·mic

(thī'mik)
Relating to the thymus gland.

thymic

pertaining to the thymus.

thymic bovine leukosis
see thymic lymphoma.
thymic corpuscles
acidophilic bodies in the thymic medulla containing high concentrations of IgA.
thymic humoral factor
thymic hypoplasia
is the central lesion in combined immune deficiency syndrome of Arab foals and inherited parakeratosis of cattle, both inherited diseases.
thymic inflammation
inherited thymic deficiency
see thymic hypoplasia (above).
thymic lymphocyte
see T lymphocyte.
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In this Java sparrow, the diagnosis of lymphoproliferative diseases was straightforward, but further investigation into the type of lymphocyte malignancy and to differentiate thymoma from thymic lymphoma requires special staining techniques.
Accordingly, when people's motives switch the alethic to the thymic, under the sway of cognitive dissonance, their intellectual integrity is compromised, in virtue of the fact that they have, albeit inadvertently, committed themselves to a belief, thereby making it more intimately and undeniably "theirs.
Development of systemic lupus erythematosus after total resection of a thymoma and the adjacent thymic gland.
On imaging, normal thymus shows the following features: absence of rounded soft-tissue masses >7 mm; absence of a convex contour/soft-tissue lobulation of the thymus after age 19 years and normal thymic thickness (should be <18 mm before 20 years of age and <13 mm after 20 years of age).
Two thymic primordia arise in the ventral wings of the third pharyngeal pouch.
Preoperative diagnosis of thymic cysts is difficult, as these lesions are rare and frequently confused for branchial cleft cysts or lymphangiomas.
In 1996, with assistance from George Klabin of Longevity Science, he developed an oral stabilized form of this single protein, currently marketed as a nutritional supplement, ProBoost Thymic Protein A.
For further investigation, an alternative method of quantifying thymic output was employed.
The authors conclude that potential associations of in utero PCB exposure with thymic development may be limited to the neonatal period, but thymus volume measures late in infancy may be affected by postnatal PCB expocures.